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What are Biomarkers of Aging? and what do they reveal?

Biomarkers of aging are biological indicators of the aging process. These markers can be found in various biological samples, such as blood, urine, or saliva, and can be measured to evaluate an individual's biological age. Some examples of biomarkers of aging include telomere length, the Epigenome Clock including the levels of certain proteins, and the presence of age-related inflammation. These markers can be used to help assess an individual's overall health and wellbeing, and to identify the effectiveness of interventions that may help slow the aging process.

Now we can live longer healthier lives

Extended Longevity is the only current solution to decelerating the biomarkers of aging

Aging is not a single event. It is a combination of different biological events causing a slow degradation to the human physiology.  We now know each may be reversed.

EXTENDED LONGEVITY is the science of using natural compounds to achieve real results. Results you can actually measure yourself with tests available to the public.

The 10 Determinant Factors of Aging

Instead of looking at aging as a single event, we now recognize that a synergy of 10 different biological events is happening. By isolating each of the processes we can focus on reversing them, and then address all of the determinant factors of aging together, as a whole integrated organism

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