Millionaire CEO infuses himself with blood from 17-year-old son to stay young forever

The Johnson family completed what ‘the world’s first multi-generational plasma exchange’ (Picture: Bryan Johnson)

Bryan Johnson, the tech millionaire who spends $2million a year to achieve the body of an 18-year-old, most recently transfused himself with the blood plasma of his 17-year-old son.

He then donated his blood products to his 70-year-old father, completing what he’s calling ‘the world’s first multi-generational plasma exchange’.

Johnson documents the experience in a 15-minute YouTube video titled ‘Will My Son’s Blood Make Me Younger?’

In April, the trio visited Resurgence Wellness, a medical spa in Arlington, Texas which offers regenerative medical treatments.

The Johnson family seem to have gone for the spa’s ‘Young Plasma’ therapy where ‘they take plasma from an 18-19-year-old and administer it to someone with the same blood type and sex’.

‘Young-Plasma which is collected from 18-25-year-olds, has been proven to repair skeletal, vascular, muscular, major organ and cognitive deterioration associated with aging,’ according to the spa’s website.

‘It’s been shown to delay or reverse the aging process, boost energy levels, speed up recoveries from injuries and reduce adrenal fatigue, in patients with autoimmune disorders.’

As part of the treatement, Johnson’s son Talmage donated a litre of his blood which was then separated into parts before the plasma was reinfused into his body.

He then donated a litre of his blood to be infused into his 70-year-old father.

‘Once divided by the mind, now united by biology,’ wrote the millionaire posting about it on Instagram.

The biotech entrepreneur is known for his quest to defy nature by going through an intense data-driven experimental program he’s calling the Project Blueprint.

According to reports, 45-year-old Johnson has the heart of a 37-year-old and the lungs of an 18-year-old.

Reversing the natural process of ageing does not come cheap as Johnson spends nearly $2 million a year to keep his body younger than it is.

The biotech entrepreneur is hoping to defy nature by going through an intense data-driven experimental program he’s calling Project Blueprint.

The intense regimen consists of carefully curated supplements, meals, exercise, and rigorous tests.

Johnson’s day begins at 5 a.m with two dozen supplements like lycopene, metformin, turmeric, zinc, lithium etc.

He follows a vegan diet which is a mix of solid and soft foods restricted to 1,977 calories a day.

In addition, his routine includes three high-intensity workouts a week and several blood tests, MRIs, and colonoscopies a month.

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