Is this for me?
Chronological aging and biological aging are two different things that many people find confusing. Chronological aging is the age of a person based on their birthdate, while biological aging is the rate at which a person's body ages due to factors such as nutrition, lifestyle, genetics, and environment.
So if you're wondering whether chronological or biological aging is more relevant to you, it depends on what you want to achieve. If you want to look younger than your chronological age then you need to pay attention to your lifestyle choices and nutrition in order to slow down the effects of biological aging. On the other hand, if you want to look older than your chronological age then it may be more beneficial for you to focus on lifestyle habits that will accelerate your biological aging. Identify where your at on the scale and increase the longevity of your age!
Blood, Urine, and Saliva
Provides you with information on the biomarkers involved in the way and speed we age biologically.Biomarkers: Cortisol AM/PM, DHEA-S, DHT, Estradiol, HbA1c, High-Density Lipoprotein, hs-CRP, Human Growth Hormone, Low-Density Lipoprotein, Microalbumin, Prolactin, Progesterone, Sex Hormone-binding Globulin, Testosterone Total, Testosterone Free, Thyroid-stimulating Hormone, Triglycerides, Total Cholesterol, and Vitamin D.