What can I do?

Step 1: Get Testing Done

One of the most important things you can do to support your efforts to live the longest, healthiest life possible, is to regularly assess relevant biomarkers. These test results will help you assess where your problem areas lie, so you know where best to direct your age-reversal efforts.

The Society for Age Reversal has put together a biomarker panel that we think will be very useful in helping people assess their biological age. We’re calling it the Age Management Panel.

It’s available for a discounted price here through our website by going to this web page at LifeExtension.

If you are over the age of 60, we suggest getting this panel done at least once per year. Younger people might wait to do this panel every 2-3 years.

The results from the Age Management Panel give insight into multiple aspects of biological function, including inflammation, glucose control, clotting risk, cardiac health, and liver and kidney function. Having this assessment done is a good first step for qualifying yourself to be a part of human age-reversal studies you learn about through the Society for Age Reversal.

Step 2: Optimize test results

Once you have the results of the Age Management Panel, you can begin to optimize those results with diet, exercise, supplements, and pharmaceuticals. Most older people have a serious underlying medical condition which may preclude them from joining an age-reversal study.

 

For example, it has been estimated that 50% of adults in the U.S. have either prediabetes or full-blown type 2 diabetes. An estimated 30% have fatty liver disease, and 13% have chronic kidney disease. Nearly two-thirds are overweight or obese. Many have hypertension or elevated cholesterol levels.

Most cases of these conditions are not age-related, and should be resolved before participating in a human age-reversal study. This ensures not only your safety, but also helps distinguish the age-reversal effects of any study intervention.

Step 3: Participate in an age-reversal study

Once you have baseline blood tests and have addressed any underlying health issues, you are an excellent candidate for participating in a human age-reversal study.

We constantly monitor age-reversal studies and report them via email to members of the Society for Age Reversal, so they can decide whether a study is right for them.

You can sign up for these updates on our signup page.