Do you look at Epigenetics/Horvath's Clock, Telomere Length, or DNA Methylation?

Not currently, but we are always exploring and staying on top of the latest scientific methodologies, innovations and protocols when it comes to helping people live healthier and longer lives. 

Our proprietary InnerAge 2.0 analysis is similar in concept, but not in execution, and more importantly in application.

Telomere length looks into telomere length only and is not a systematic view. It's interesting and an accurate representation of your DNA damage, but it's not actionable; there are no recommendations you can create on what is causing it or how to improve individually speaking. So, telomere length is informational, changes very slowly, and is not typically measured over time.

For reference, epigenetics/Horvath's Clock only looks into methylation of the genome; it does not provide a systematic view. However, it accurately correlates with chronological age. The problem is that it does not reveal information as to what is causing the "damage" or how to improve it with actionable recommendations based on it. So, there is no real reason to test again (it's a once-in-a-lifetime test). For example, one person might have accelerated aging associated with inflammation, whereas another might have advanced cardiovascular or brain aging.

Blood biomarkers: our new InnerAge 2.0 is based on ~18 different blood biomarkers, giving you a holistic, systematic view of your body, can pinpoint the area to work on, and allow us to give you recommendations to improve those areas and your InnerAge, dynamic (Physio data might change every day, blood every few months. This proprietary algorithm has been created by countless hours from some of the leading minds in the longevity and health space.

InnerAge is a calculation based on blood biomarkers and is exceptional because blood represents bodily systems, your historical and current health, and is incredibly actionable. Meaning, we can provide you step by step instructions on how to improve your biological age.

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