Consolidated List of My Longevity Biomarker Results

This post consolidates all longevity relevant biomarkers in one place.

For explanations of results, see biological age tests post and other age biomarkers post.

Quick Summary of Results

  • Telomere and epigenetic analysis executed by a third party lab, TruDiagnostic. All numbers reported here can be verified by TruDiagnostic (and they could probably confirm that it’s my DNA, too 😉
  • Cardiovascular and other markers are computed by apps, hardware devices, a health clinic that tested for visceral fat and HRV, and NOVOS’ FaceAge AI
  • Average of 10 epigenetic clock outputs: Minus 13.5 years, 36% slower aging
  • Average of 6 Principal Component Analysis epigenetic clock outputs (20x higher statistical accuracy than non-PC): Minus 12.1 years, 33% slower aging
  • Max difference, (non-immune) epigenetic clock: Minus 29.6 years, 80% slower aging (PC Levine PhenoAge)
  • A close second is PC Telomere age: Minus 29.4 years, 79% slower aging
  • Min difference, (non-immune) epigenetic clock: Plus 3.8 years (PC GrimAge). Note that GrimAge outputs tend to be above chronological age, particularly for younger participants; this result is in top 5% of strata, which implies hazard of death that is half that of others my chronological age.
  • Average across all biomarkers, non-weighted: Minus 14 years, 38% slower aging
Summary of age relevant biomarkers