Man tests biohacker Bryan Johnson’s insane $2 MILLION anti-aging lifestyle for 75 DAYS to see if it’s really possible to defy death | Daily Mail Online

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A man who put millionaire Bryan Johnson’s age-reversing lifestyle to the test said he was stunned by the results – and saw the benefits almost immediately. 

Fascinated by the tech titan and his use of biohacking, Andrew Boyd, 23, decided to try the bizarre Blueprint diet and document his 75-day journey on his YouTube channel Project Andrew.

According to Andrew, who is from Chattanooga, Tennessee, he felt ‘incredible’ after just a week on the Blueprint diet, losing an average of six pounds and averaged a 95 per cent sleep score, inspiring him to continue for a further 75 days.

Californian tech mogul Bryan, 46, first made headlines earlier in the year for his all-out pursuit to live forever, which included swapping blood with his father and his teenage son.

Andrew Boyd (pictured) decided to try millionaire Bryan Johnson’s lifestyle and diet 

Bryan’s 17-year-old son Talmage (left) donated his youthful blood to his father, Bryan (right)

He apparently consumes 80 vitamins and minerals a day, and eats 70 pounds of pureed vegetables a month; keeping to a strict 1,977-calorie vegan diet and adhering to a precise wind-down and sleep schedule. 

In conjunction with doctors and using cutting edge technology and treatments, his regime costs about $2 million per year.

Andrew explained he had made some minor changes to his version of the diet, explaining he was much younger than 46-year-old Bryan.

He also noted he didn’t have access to the same recourses and medications Bryan does, and some of the things he is taking are on the ‘cutting edge of longevity supplementation,’ and there hasn’t always been a lot of research done around their safety for long-term use. 

Instead, he followed the meal plan using recipes from Bryan’s website, and cherry-picked the vitamins that suited his needs, spending about $112.34 a week on the food and supplements, and four hours a week meal prepping.

And was it worth it? According to Andrew, it was.  

‘[I] felt incredibly focused and energized,’ he admitted in the video. ‘I learned a lot through this experience.’

Andrew also said he lost almost 30 pounds, going from 192 to 164 pounds and his body fat percentage went from 19 per cent to 13.9 per cent.

Andrew went from 192 pounds to 164 pounds after the diet and lifestyle changes (pictured before he started the diet)

He shared the results of his toned new physique after 75 days on the diet

Andrew explained he made some minor changes to his version of the diet as he didn’t have access to the same recourses as the millionaire biohacker

‘Blueprint is not about the exact diet, it’s not about the exact exercise protocol. It’s not about red light therapy or a bedtime routine or about skincare,’ Andrew explained.

The secret to looking and feeling younger? A snapshot of the Blueprint diet 

Bryan eats a strict vegan diet, full of vegetables and no processed ingredients. Here’s some of the meals Andrew included during his challenge:

 The Green Giant

Super Veggie

Nutty Pudding

Stuffed Sweet Potato

‘At its core project, Blueprint is about using measurement and data to back up health choices.’

To kick off the diet, Andrew began by meal-prepping his food; using recipes from Bryan Johnson’s website.

‘On this diet, Bryan intermittent fasts. He eats all of his food in approximately a six-hour window every day. This means every day he’s fasting for 18 hours,’ Andrew explained.

Bryan starts every day by waking up and drinking the ‘green giant,’ which consists of water, chlorella powder, creatine, collagen peptides, cocoa flavanols and Ceylon cinnamon.

He then has the ‘super veggie,’ which consists of ‘massive amounts of broccoli, cauliflower, mushrooms, ginger, garlic, and black lentils.’

‘Definitely tastes healthy, tastes good though,’ Andrew said after his first taste.

Bryan’s next meal is something called the Nutty Pudding, which as the name suggests, contains a lot of nuts toped with fresh strawberries.

His final meal was a sweet potato bowl, which consists of roasted sweet potatoes stuffed with chickpeas and avocado. 

He then adopted other parts of Bryan’s life, adjusting his sleep schedule (going to bed by 9pm and rising at 5:15am) and exercising intensely for an hour a day.

Although Andrew said he felt great after the 75 days, feeling leaner, sleeping better and having more mental clarity, he did notice some contradictory parts of the diet – such as being in a calorie deficit and how that affected hormones.

‘This is why Bryan supplements testosterone,’ the content creator explained in the video. 

‘To me, this just doesn’t make a lot of sense. I think it’s probably better to correct a problem with diet than to introduce exogenous hormones.’

Andrew added: ‘Another thing that I think is problematic with Blueprint is the number of variables that the team is testing at all times. 

‘If on any given week, Bryan is trialing 15 different things, how can they be sure that they’re not confusing what’s causing what?’

His final qualm was with some of the people adopting Bryan’s diet and lifestyle with ‘religious-like zeal.’

‘The point is this, show me your data. Is Blueprint actually working for you?’ he asked.

‘From my point of view, this isn’t some faith-based protocol, but there’s a growing number of people in the community that are beginning to treat it that way.’

He said that although the diet was worth it for many reasons, ‘prioritizing your health to the level that Bryan Johnson does is extremely hard.’

‘[Especially] in a world where everyone is doing the opposite,’ he noted.

Bryan’s biohacking and restrictive diet have transformed his appearance, shown in 2018 (left) and 2023 (right)

Bryan and his doctors say he has reduced his overall biological age by more than five years and now has the heart of a 37-year-old, the skin of a 28-year-old, and the lung capacity and fitness of an 18-year-old

A team of more than 30 doctors routinely measure Bryan’s  blood, heart, liver, kidneys, brain, blood vessels, and sexual health

Bryan, 46, has made millions off his online payment platform Braintree which, in a span of just three years, garnered nearly $5 million in revenue. 

In 2012, profits ballooned with Braintree’s $26 million acquisition of Venmo, and by the following year, was bought out by PayPal for $800 million.

He has since developed a company aimed at improving the quality and access to high-tech brain scans meant to spot oncoming diseases early, earning him a mountain of revenue to put toward his health endeavors such as devices to measure nocturnal erections and a blood plasma exchange with his teenage son. 

His quest for youth started in 2020, and since then has spent an estimated $6 million. 

A team of more than 30 doctors routinely measure his blood, heart, liver, kidneys, brain, blood vessels, and sexual health. 

He claims he now has the heart of a 37-year-old, the skin of a 28-year-old, and the fitness of an 18-year-old.

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