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.


NHS - Check your heart age

Insilico Medicine - Enter your blood test data to determine your age

Biological Age Blog Posts

Aging Biomarkers - Chronological v Biological Age

Recent News

Sleep-disordered breathing affects age

Medical Daily - 10-Jun-2019

Understanding how sleep-disordered breathing affects age could lead to new anti-ageing interventions


Elderly with poor sense of smell 30% more likely to die over 13 year study

NHS - 30-Apr-2019

Smell could be another candidate for a biological age marker


IMM-AGE measures biological age of the immune system

Life Extension Advocacy Foundation (LEAF) - 15-Mar-2019

Immunosenescence is a known factor in longevity

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