Biological Age

Powered by epigenetics

Determine your biological age

Our DNA and epigenetic test, powered by TruAge, determines your biological age compared to your chronological age. It is the first epigenetic test to analyze changes in your DNA to determine how these changes will affect your body and overall health. TruAge looks at 850,000 locations on your DNA and evaluates the changes, then uses AI to find correlations that it can link to health outcomes.

Your biological age is more accurate at predicting health span (how healthy you are) and lifespan (how long you will live) than any previous molecular biomarker.

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Why is this test important?

The largest risk factor for all chronic diseases is aging. This includes arthritis, heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, and more. Our biological aging test will provide a snapshot of how well you are aging and a view of your overall health.

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Genomic markers

60% of genomic markers are changeable. By changing your lifestyle, you can change your outlook and biological age. This can simply include a better diet, more exercise, sleep and other lifestyle changes.

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Genomic Markers

60% of genomic markers are changeable. By changing your lifestyle, you can change your outlook and biological age. This can simply include a better diet, more exercise, sleep and other lifestyle changes.

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Reducing the risk

Reducing your aging rate by seven years can cut your chances for certain diseases in half.

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Study your DNA

Epigenetics goes above and beyond the study of your genome. With Epigenetics, we are looking at how your cells read your DNA and how changes in your DNA affect your body. These interactions are based on inheritance as well as the experiences you've had in your life. DNA is changeable and can be affected by nutrition, stress, activity levels, and much more.

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Study your DNA

Epigenetics goes above and beyond the study of your genome. With Epigenetics, we are looking at how your cells read your DNA and how changes in your DNA affect your body. These interactions are based on inheritance as well as the experiences you've had in your life. DNA is changeable and can be affected by nutrition, stress, activity levels, and much more.

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