This post consolidates all longevity relevant biomarkers in one place.
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