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How can an biomarker fall in the optimal range but also raise my InnerAge?Updated a year ago

InsideTracker considers a biomarker level “optimal” if it falls within the range that is personalized to an individual, based on factors such as age, sex, activity level, and more.However, even if a biomarker falls within this optimal range, it may still contribute to one’s InnerAge score if its levels differ from their same-age counterparts.This is because the InnerAge score takes into account not only the level of a biomarker, but also the comparison to others of the same age and sex.



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