|Military workouts. Cold Plunges. Getting blood-plasma transfusions from your teenager. The ultrarich are ultra into finding new ways to live longer.
“Biological age” — which is meant to measure how healthy your cells and organs are — is one of the hottest buzz words. For example, a 62-year-old longevity researcher claims his body is as healthy as a 42 year old’s. And he said he achieved this through diet, exercise, sleep, supplements, and additional curated factors.
Other wealthy people are installing $65,000 cold plunge pools to stave off aging and improve mental acuity. Meanwhile, a different longevity researcher (and other longevity seekers) started taking a $1 daily prescription pill that successfully extended the lives of flies, worms, and mice.
But tech entrepreneur Bryan Johnson is an extreme example of the ultrarich seeking longevity solutions. The 45 year old has a $2 million annual regimen that he claims reduced his biological age by five years: