UK man wants to 'live forever' spends £1.5k a month to reverse age, including hydro colon cleaning

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Man who wants to 'live forever' spends £1.5k a month to reverse ageing​

Leon Kurita-Goudlock wants to live longer and is a firm believer in 'bio-hacking', taking up to 60 pills a day


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  • 13:46, 20 NOV 2022
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Leon Kurita-Goudlock, 36, is a firm believer in biohacking, an umbrella term for 'upgrading your body' (Image: Leon Kurita-Goudlock/SWNS)

Leon Kurita-Goudlock, 36, is a firm believer in biohacking, an umbrella term for 'upgrading your body' (Image: Leon Kurita-Goudlock/SWNS)




A man is spending £1.5k a month to try and live a longer life - and says he would even consider getting frozen so he can come back in the future. Leon Kurita-Goudlock, 36, is a firm believer in biohacking, an umbrella term for 'upgrading your body'.
He says he decided to take action after seeing both of his parents die, and now takes up to 60 pills a day. The fashion worker said he would like to live forever if he could but, failing that, is doing everything he can to power into old age.
Leon, who was born in the US but lives in London, said: “I would like to live forever. My mum died when she was 70 of cancer and my dad died of cardiovascular issues when he was 86 this year.

“The last 20 years of their lives were a complete misery, they were taking care of each other, they both had cancer and other diseases such as diabetes, heart failure, heart attacks and could barely walk. At that point, why are you alive? There is nothing sadder than carrying your own parents up the stairs and giving them sponge baths.”
Leon says there are five levels of biohacking, starting from less taxing fitness and fasting to level five - futuristic biological alterations. After watching his parents struggle with their health Leon decided to make drastic changes to his lifestyle 10 years ago and started with level 1 of biohacking.
Each morning he wakes up between 4am and 5am and takes time to himself to do meditation, go to the gym and drink two litres of water. He eats between 1,500 and 1,800 calories a day between 6pm and 9pm and fasts for the rest of the day.


He drinks water and black coffee to supress his hunger and enjoys a mainly Japanese diet with foods such as brown rice, seaweed, miso soup, meat, fish, fruit and veg. As a father to daughter Seline, one, and husband to Ryoko, 33, he doesn’t fast on the weekend and eats what he wants - for balance.
But Leon refuses to drink during the week and only drinks four to six units of alcohol at the weekend - often missing work functions because of his abstinence. The health conscious American added: “Lots of people want a quick and easy solution, it’s not a magic people and a lot of people brush off level one.
“Fasting is the most prolific thing that I do. Water fasting is when you go three to 14 days without eating and the only thing you can consume is water and salt for electrolytes. I do a ten-day water fast once a year. I feel stronger than other people like I have conquered something.

Once I did a dry fast which is more controversial. I did four fays of fasting with no food or water. I was fine but I wouldn’t do it again."

Leon claims fasting helps control all blood markers and improves your cholesterol levels and cell function and allows homeostasis - biological stability- to return to the body to reverse aging. Moving up, level two consists of different kinds of therapies such as red-light therapy, infrared therapy and taking lesser known supplements.

Leon said: “I take 60 pills a day and spend a few grand every month on supplements. I do red light therapy once a day for 45 minutes to decrease the aesthetic stages of aging. It can take a while and won’t be a quick fix Benjamin Button solution, but it can reverse the aging process. “

Leon Kurita-Goudlock with daughter Seline (one) and wife Ryoko (33)
Leon Kurita-Goudlock with daughter Seline (one) and wife Ryoko (33)
The father-of-one also uses cryotherapy - sitting in a freezing cold tank pumped full of liquid nitrogen - and sits in ice baths for three minutes at a time to reduce the effects of aging. And Leon added: “I have colon hydrotherapy every six months- this is where they stick a water tube up you’re a** and clean your colon. It costs £80.

“You would be horrified at all of the things that come out- there are days and weeks worth of faecal matter and even cysts.”

Afterwards, Leon will have a colonoscopy - a camera stuck into his rectum - to ensure his bowels are healthy.

Leon, pictured in cryotherapy, says he decided to take action after seeing both of his parents die, and now takes up to 60 pills a day
Leon, pictured in cryotherapy, says he decided to take action after seeing both of his parents die, and now takes up to 60 pills a day
Level three of biohacking includes more expensive testing and diagnostics- such as advanced blood testing, MRIs and CT scans and epigenetic testing once a year. The latter is a test revealing your ‘genetic’ age rather than your biological age which comprises of a full 3D MRA scan.

Leon said: “Health comes above everything including family and friends. I wear the same clothes every day and I would rather have an ice bath and by a new selection of supplements than buy new things.”

“I go to Harley Street for my testing and have done a 3D scan of my heart and extensive blood testis which test for 100 biomarkers for a complete picture of my health.”

Level four of biohacking is quite advanced and involves stem cell therapy, hormone therapy, peptides, drinking your own urine and taking prescription medication. He added: “Stem cells are things that keep us young but they decrease with age.

“There is a famous doctor in Utah who does whole body stem cell treatment. The treatment which I am going to do one day costs $120,000 and they inject every single joint in your body with stem cells- including your private parts- to make you young again.”

“People get embarrassed with hormone therapy, especially men, because there is a stigma if you have low testosterone your d*** doesn’t work, but it is something you should get fixed. Peptides are lesser known molecules that you inject into yourself with an insulin syringe.

The fashion worker said he would like to live forever if he could but, failing that, is doing everything he can to power into old age
The fashion worker said he would like to live forever if he could but, failing that, is doing everything he can to power into old age
“There are different types such as metabolic peptides- they will be the saviours of the next generation.”

Leon also uses Metformin, a diabetes drug, despite not having diabetes, which lowers his blood sugar. He claims this slows ageing.

The final stage of biohacking is the future and a lot is yet to be decided. But Leon said: “We’re not there yet but we expect it to be between 2040 and 2050. Exciting times are ahead.

“Prosthetics will become more advanced than biological limbs, there might be eyeballs that can see through walls and arms that could smash through concrete pillars.

Leon during hyperbaric oxygen therapy
Leon during hyperbaric oxygen therapy
“Legs will run faster and jump higher. People will voluntarily replace their limbs with prosthetics. If it’s safe and not going to hurt you- why would you not - it will just make It more fun to be alive?”

“I would sign up to have my body frozen in the hope they can bring me back in the future.”

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