Your chronological age is irreversible and not dependent on your lifestyle. However, Biological Age may vary depending on your lifestyle, diet, exercise, anti-ageing medication and genetics. Your Biological Age may be higher or lower than your chronological age.
It has been shown in clinical studies that Biological Age is a better measure for determining a person’s health than a chronological age and is more closely tied to their risk of age-related diseases.
Our test is a Biological Age Test via epigenetics. This test is based on Professor Horvath’s epigenetic aging clock. Professor Steve Horvath PhD is UCLA Professor of Genetics and one of the foremost authorities on Aging.
Our exclusive partnership with Epimorphy SWARM™ (Simplified Whole-panel Amplification Reaction Method) to analyze DNA methylation patterns of >2,000 loci on the human genome gives you the most accurate Biological Age prediction. This is the Gold Standard which is used extensively in clinical trials to assess the effectiveness of anti-ageing medication.
A recent study published in Nature based on a clinical trial with three anti-ageing medications has suggested also for the first time that the body’s epigenetic clock (and biological age) can be actually reversed.