The BloodAge Analysis is a revolutionary tool for understanding and tracking the ageing process at the cellular level.

Using biomarkers included in common blood tests, the BloodAge Analysis accurately predicts the biological age and provides a comprehensive report on the health of your blood and overall aging status.

The BloodAge Analysis looks at the internal state of your body to give a more accurate representation of your true age.

This information can be used to make lifestyle and healthcare decisions that can help you age healthier and live longer.

With the BloodAge Analysis, you can:

  • Understand your current ageing status and identify potential health risks.
  • Track changes in your blood age over time and monitor the effectiveness of interventions.
  • Make informed decisions about your health and wellness based on data-driven insights.

"If you can measure it, you can improve it"

Get more insight from your standard blood tests

  • Your doctor will typically only mention biomarkers outside normal range, such as cholesterol or iron deficiency.
  • The BloodAge Analysis can use the same report to accurately predict your biological age and analyse which blood markers are affecting the ageing process the most.
  • Biological Age is a measure of how lifestyle, nutrition, illness, and genetics have affected your body and vital organs, such as your liver and kidneys.
  • The Age Score you receive from taking this test provides insights so you can make changes that will improve your overall wellness and healthspan.

What is biological age?

Biological age is a measure of how old your body behaves physiologically, and it is different from chronological age, which is based on when you were born[1]. 
 
Biological age can explain why individuals of the same age have profound differences in capabilities, and why some people are healthier than others[1]. 
 
Biological age can be negatively affected by your environment, undesirable dietary habits, lack of proper exercise, physical or mental health issues, and social isolation [1]. 
 
The BloodAge analysis uses blood biomarkers and a research-validated algorithm to provide scores that estimate a person's biological, liver, kidney, lipid, metabolic, and blood ages. 
 
Research indicates that biological age is a better predictor of disease risk than chronological age and is highly associated with all-cause mortality and risk for numerous adverse health conditions like diabetes, cancer, dementia, and organ-specific damage[1][2]. 

  • Biological age can be positively influenced by factors such as genetics, diet, exercise, biomarkers, and sleep.
  • Exercise can improve biological age on a cellular level, and different forms of exercise can activate longevity genes, thereby improving healthspan.
  • Biological age is a better predictor of physical wellness than chronological age, and it is important for maintaining energy, normal immune function, and healthy heart and circulation.

Why should I get this analysis?

You should get this analysis if you want to live a healthier, longer life, have a family history of disease or disease risk, are interested in biohacking, proactively make healthy changes, want to learn what internal organs or systems need your attention, or want more insight about your health status after a recent illness or injury. 

The analysis will provide you with personal Age Scores displayed on an easy-to-read report with a description of what each one means and what is aging you.

What are the benefits of the BloodAge analysis?

The BloodAge analysis can benefit individuals who are seeking to enhance their longevity, minimize age-related health risks, maximize health and wellness, track the aging process, optimise their internal health for fitness or athletic performance, recovery, immune function, biohacking, and whole-body health. 
 
There are several biomarkers that can be measured to estimate biological age, including telomere length, DNA methylation, proteomics, metabolomics, glycomics, and data gleaned from wearables.

The Blood Age analysis uses a feature-set of up to 54 blood biomarkers to estimate biological age with higher accuracy than other tests.

How does it work?

The BloodAge analysis uses artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to create an in-depth and accurate picture of your biological age. 
 
By mapping and integrating your personal results, the analysis can identify the actions you should take to maintain or improve your health. 
 
The analysis predicts your Biological Age, which is a better predictor of your physical age than your chronological age. 
 
It also analyses your Blood Panel, Lipid Panel, Liver Panel, Kidney Panel, and Metabolic Panel to provide you with a comprehensive understanding of your health status.

What are the steps to get the Blood Age analysis?

  1. Get the required blood tests from your doctor or privately directly from i-Screen
  2. Upload the results of the blood tests to the BloodAge portal.
  3. Receive the BloodAge Analysis report and review it with your healthcare practitioner.

Note: The BloodAge analysis is not a diagnostic tests in itself. It is based on an in-depth analysis of the blood tests you have supplied.

The BloodAge Analysis is available to any healthcare practitioner from anywhere in the world.

Sample Report

Here are some extracts from a report for a 61 year old male. His blood age was 60, one year below his actual chronological age. His optimal biological age to aim for is 58 years.

It is always interesting to compare one's data with the average. For this person, his blood age is above average. 65% of people show an older blood age than their actual age. There is still room for improvement as 35% have a younger blood age.

The report provides a clear graphic representation of the biomarkers that need attention. The test can utilise up to 45 common biomarkers. The blood tests incorporating these biomarkers are included in common blood tests available from your doctor.

 

Importantly, the report shows the specific biomarkers associated with an increased blood age:

 

The report provides the target blood age. For this person, the target blood age is 58. The report provides the steps that could be taken to reach this goal. There would be many lifestyle, supplemental and medical interventions available to enhance the blood age.

Citations

[1] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8477681/
[2] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9550255/