Discover your biological age and your speed of aging

Do you know your biological age?

Everyone has two ages: a chronological age, how old the calendar says you are, and a phenotypic or biological age, basically the age at which your body functions as it compares to average fitness or health levels.

People of the same chronological age are not all at the same risk for developing cardiovascular disease or cancer or even dying.

We all age biologically at different rates according to our genes, what we eat, how much we exercise and what environmental toxins we are exposed to. Biological age is what determines our health and ultimately our lifespan.

To determine the biological age of our patients we have been using TruAGE testing, which  is the most advanced and predictive aging algorithm to date, allowing us to determine your biological age, and also what is most likely contributing to an age acceleration.

Why is knowing your biological age and speed of aging important?

There are lifestyle and medical interventions proven to help slow, stop, or even reverse the biological aging processes in your body. By measuring the baseline and changes to your pace of aging,  this gives you the power to steer your anti-aging or health and wellness journey in the right direction. 

How does the biological age test work?

The test uses a blood samples and measures 1,000,000+ locations on your genome that have studied and proven significance to your health and wellness.

The test reproducibility is over 99%, meaning testing the same sample will get the same result and takes 6 weeks to receive the results once a sample has been taken

Biological Ageing F.A.Q's

The TruAge biological age test is a diagnostic tool designed to assess your biological age based on the analysis of epigenetic markers in your DNA. Unlike chronological age, which is the number of years since birth, biological age provides insights into how your lifestyle, environment, and genetics have impacted your body at a cellular level.

The TruAge test focuses on epigenetic changes, particularly DNA methylation patterns, which are considered reliable indicators of biological age. This approach is different from other age tests that may rely on biomarkers, telomere length, or physical assessments. TruAge provides a more comprehensive and accurate measure of how your body has aged biologically.

The TruAge test is typically administered through a simple blood draw. The sample is then sent to a laboratory for analysis, where scientists examine the DNA methylation patterns to determine your biological age.

Yes, biological age is dynamic and can be influenced by lifestyle factors such as diet, exercise, stress management, and sleep quality. By adopting healthier habits and making positive changes to your lifestyle, you can potentially reduce your biological age and improve your overall health and longevity.

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