Biological age can be influenced by a variety of factors, including genetics, lifestyle, and environmental exposures. While some of these factors, such as genetics, are beyond our control, lifestyle factors such as diet, exercise, and stress management can also play a significant role in determining biological age.

Our approach to determining biological age uses epigenetic DNA modifications to measure DNA methylation patterns at specific locations on the genome, known as epigenetic clocks. These clocks are based on the idea that changes in DNA methylation patterns occur predictably over time and can be used to estimate a person's biological age.

Please note that this test is performed by our partner laboratory in the US and return postage is at your own cost.

What we test

Biological Age
This saliva test measures:

Ageing, whilst a natural process, is the accumulation of damage in your body over time, caused by a long term over-activation of the immune system.

Test instructions

Your test kit and all instructions are posted directly to you, and there is no need to visit a collection centre.

Provide a saliva sample before 10am in the morning.

Results for this test typically available in 2-3 weeks and will be published in your online dashboard.

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