Biological Age

Chronological age isn't necessarily the same as cellular age. A middle-aged person may have a biological age of plus or minus 15 years.

  • biological age is a better indicator of future health
  • dozens of different aging markers study - including glycan, telomere length and methylation patterns
  • different parts of body can age at different rates
  • brains of older people who exercise regularly look 10 years younger
  • looking older could be a sign of an underlying disease

Aging Biomarkers Infographic Identify where and how you are aging so you can target your anti-aging strategy and employ the most appropriate rejuvenation treatments.

New ageing clocks include ribosomal clock and immune age.


Resource NHS heart age calculator

Resource Insilico Medicine

Biological Age Blog Posts

Aging Biomarkers - Chronological v Biological Age

Recent News

4 categories of ageing identified: metabolic, liver, kidney, immune system

Life Extension Advocacy Foundation (LEAF) - 14-Jan-2020

Knowing which ageotype you are could help focus your efforts on where you're ageing most


Josh Mitteldorf argues for the minority view on methylation changes

Josh Mitteldorf Blog - 23-Dec-2019

Are epigenetic changes the cause or a symptom of ageing?


Big changes in blood protein levels as you turn 34, 60 and 78

New Atlas - 05-Dec-2019

Could these proteins be the culprit behind ageing?

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