Biological Age Sensor

The Biological Age Sensor provides information on the extent to which genes influence biological age and which individual measures can be taken to slow down the aging process.

Regular renewal through cell division

Most cells in the human body have a limited lifespan and therefore need to be replaced regularly. This is particularly often the case with cells of the small intestine, for example. They have a lifespan of fewer than two days. Skin cells, on the other hand, reach an age of almost 20 days.

Irrespective of this, cell renewal takes place through division. The chromosomes on which our genetic code is stored must always be copied entirely.

Why people age at different rates

Under the microscope, the chromosomes have the shape of an X, whose arms are also known as telomeres. The telomeres become a little shorter with each cell division until they become too short, and the affected cell loses its normal function.

This process is ultimately what we call aging. However, the increasing degeneration of telomeres and the associated aging process take place at different speeds depending on the genetic predisposition.

This is how our Biological Age Sensor works

Our laboratory carries out a genetic test for our Biological Age Sensor. We analyze those genes in the sample that influence the length of the telomeres.

In this way, we can determine which genetic abilities are available to prolong the telomeres and which measures make sense in individual cases to slow down their degeneration.

After a successful analysis, we prepare a comprehensive written report. In this report, we present our research results in detail and give individual recommendations for action to reduce the biological age.

In this way, our Biological Age Sensor can make a valuable contribution to slowing down the aging process and supporting optimal cell renewal.

The Biological Age Sensor at a glance:

  • Analysis of the genes relevant to the aging process
  • Verification of the genetic ability to slow down aging
  • Reliable genetic analysis in our laboratory
  • Detailed written report with all test results
  • Individual recommendations

Further information can be found here.

← Download the sample report

After a successful analysis, we summarize the individual results in a detailed result report – similar to the one shown in this demo.

You will also find information on the analyzed genes and the underlying science in this demo.

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