AgingSOS™ is the first commercially available blood panel for actionable aging biomarkers.
Aging biomarkers are medical measurements of molecular and cellular functions that are altered with age and predispose aging persons to higher risks of developing age-related diseases.
Aging biomarkers can tell you:
Most middle-aged and senior people take nutritional supplements with the hope to improve health and reduce risks for illness. However, no one knows what each person really needs the most and whether the supplements are effective.
You can now take the AgingSOS™ blood tests to precisely answer these questions to maximize your healthspan. AgingSOS™ tests measure key aging factors including inflammation, senescence, oxidative stress, tissue damages, protein alterations and micronutrients.
AgingSOS™ measures your blood biomarkers to give us a picture of your genomic instability, epigenetic alteration, inflammation, cellular senescence, oxidative stress, autophagy, and levels of aging proteins: AMPK, SIRT1, and mTOR. These aging proteins are master regulators of aging and their blood levels can provide an overall view of how the cells across your body are aging .
|NAD+ and NADH||Anti-aging|
|Lactate dehydrogenase (LDH)||Inflammation|
Testing methods are thoroughly validated. Client samples are run with reference to contemporaneous standards on state-of-the-art laboratory equipment for maximum accuracy.
Test results are reported along with the best available ranges in healthy people and in patients with certain age-related diseases, thus enabling meaningful assessment baselines and intervention efficacy.
For those of you who are proactive about your health and value diet and exercise, AgingSOS™ can bring to your attention something you have overlooked. No matter who you are, the body breaks down as you age. Being proactive and correcting aging at the molecular level can prevent chronic diseases in the future.Chronic inflammation and senescence, for example, can create a pro-carcinogenic environment where the rate of DNA mutations increase and growth factors are abundant .
High oxidative stress occurs when oxidants overpower the body's antioxidant capacity and is involved in cardiovascular, lung, kidney, and brain diseases as well as cancer . Oxidative stress accelerates aging by damaging DNA, lipids, and proteins. Some damage can lead to chronic inflammation, DNA mutations, senescence, or cancer .
It's well known that genetic and environmental factors drive aging throughout life. If you want to extend your healthspan, the first step is to measure your aging biomarkers so you know what to you need to fix.
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Our panels are designed based on in-house research and the latest literature on aging.