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I took this test for the first time recently and scored about 10 years younger than my chronological age. They use average telomere length to come up with a score and then put you in a pool with others in your age group to come up with your bioage. I'm 51 so not sure how accurate these test are but will take it again next year to see if diet and lifestyle can improve my score.
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Congrats, that's great! I'd never heard of this before, so have just read up on it from your post. Their learning centre has some really interesting information: https://resources.teloyears.com/
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Thanks for the info.
Would really like to give this a go..
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That's pretty cool! I don't know if i'd want to know..
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Wouldn't it be great if we could lengthen our little Telomeres.