Biological Age

Find out how to know your biological age through a personalized assessment carried out by the Valter Longo Foundation’s Nutrition Team

Our biological age is a parameter that indicates how we are aging and varies according to lifestyle, environmental factors and adherence to various nutritional protocols that aim for healthy longevity. Even if the chronological age indicated on their identity cards is the same, individuals living in different conditions could have different probabilities of being diagnosed with age-related diseases such as diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular, autoimmune and neurodegenerative diseases. This diversity reflects the differences found in each individual’s biological aging processes.

Biological age is therefore strongly correlated to all causes of mortality, and the higher this parameter is, the greater the chances of coexisting diseases. [i]

As of today, thanks to the work of the Valter Longo Foundation’s Nutrition Team, you can discover your biological age, after having taken the specific blood tests that will be indicated in response to your request. Kindly fill out the form below or write to [email protected] to request this service and find out which blood tests your specific case requires you to have and what information you need to provide.

Once you have established your true biological age and received its assessment carried out by the Valter Longo Foundation, you can decide to receive further assistance from the nutrition team regarding the interpretation of this value and in order to learn how to further optimize nutrition to improve your biological age and prevent any aging-related diseases.

 

With just 10 € you can support the Foundation’s projects and calculate your actual bio-age.

Fill out the form below or write to:

[email protected]

 

[i] Levine ME, Lu AT, Quach A, Chen BH, Assimes TL, Bandinelli S, Hou L, Baccarelli AA, Stewart JD, Li Y, Whitsel EA, Wilson JG, Reiner AP, Aviv A, Lohman K, Liu Y, Ferrucci L, Horvath S. An epigenetic biomarker of aging for lifespan and healthspan. Aging (Albany NY). 2018 Apr 18;10(4):573-591. doi: 10.18632/aging.101414. PMID: 29676998; PMCID: PMC5940111.

 

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