What is Your Epigenetic Age?

The epigenetic age reflects the biological events that lead to aging. It is similar but not identical to the chronological age.

When it moves faster it is an indication of faster aging and when it moves slower aging is slowed down.

Examining data from more than 3000 people we calculated the average epigenetic clock for each age group.

You can compare the average epigenetic age to the result that you have received after conducting an EpiAge test. If your epigenetic age is younger than the average, you are doing better than the average population.

 

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