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How To Reverse Biological Age
How To Reverse Biological Age

Longevity researchers, Biohackers, and everyday folks are now talking about their “biological age”.

While our calendar age matters, we now have an entire class of biomarkers potentially even more important.

Systems to quantify the state and health of our cellular machinery at any given time. Something that reflects recent lifestyle changes.

This critical innovation paves the way towards discovering which interventions actually work, and which are just hype (and even the ones doing harm).

Yet once you’ve taken a biological age test, you get little guidance on how to improve your BioAge.

Knowing the number matters far less than having practical steps to reduce your biological age.

I regularly talk to the world’s top longevity experts, read the latest research, and am working to continue slowing my own biological age. So in this post, I’ll share the best ways to stay young and reverse your rate of biological aging.

What is Biological Age?

Chronological age, AKA “calendar age”, refers to the amount of time we have been alive. On the other hand, biological age refers to the functional equivalent age of our body, organs, tissues, and cells. It’s a measure of how well they work comparatively.

While both age metrics matter, biological age is more explanative and predictive of future outcomes. Particularly disease and death. Unlike chronological age, we can take action and see improvements when comparing our speed of biological aging over time.

Why Improve Your Biological Age

Biological age is quantifying the efficacy of popular health optimization tools and interventions.

Researchers no longer need to track a cohort for 10-40 years to determine effects on their well-being.

Instead, this metric gives them insight into rapid biological changes. So that they can spot changes and adapt.

BioAge helps consumers too.

Each of the top biological age markers is highly correlated with healthspan and quality of life.

Therefore, reducing your biological age benefits your entire biology:

  • Longer healthspan
  • Boosted overall health
  • Sharper mental abilities
  • Feeling more energetic and lively
  • Enhanced physical capabilities
  • Handling stress & challenges more effectively
  • Enjoying a better quality of life
  • Stronger immunity against illnesses
  • Glowing, youthful appearance
  • Better sexual wellness
  • Maintaining a healthier heart
  • Fewer medical complications
  • Optimized metabolism
  • Happier mood and emotional state

BioAge algorithms generally quantify one or more of the 12 currently recognized hallmarks of aging.

Although for our purposes, the hallmarks of aging don’t matter much. They’ll just continue to grow to 100+. At this point aren’t really “hallmarks”.

Luckily, since the body is a cybernetic organism (a deeply interconnected system of systems), we don’t need to know more hallmarks to understand how to improve biological aging.

We care most about the biomarkers that are highly correlated with well-being (or disease). A select few of these biological age algorithms stand out.


We’ve all heard the core biological age reversal strategies.

Rightfully so. They have the largest impact. We’ll cover those before moving on to the more advanced tips.

Foundational Strategies to Slow Biological Aging

Strategies to Slow Biological Aging

We have tons of natural and powerful ways to slow aging. Perhaps soon, even stop biological aging.

None of these foundational strategies will reverse aging on their own, but they are all necessary prerequisites.

In other words, you won’t turn back the biological clock if you neglect these.

Master these, and you can quickly lift years off your BioAge in mere months. Without major side effects or risky experimental procedures.



When it comes to healthspan and improving cellular function, stress reduction claims the throne as the single largest contributor.

Bigger than sleep, movement, diet, and the other pillars of healthy living. Dr. Khavinson is a highly regarded pioneer in the longevity field. His patients are more advanced than most and generally already do all the basics.

Yet when they don’t have a regular and powerful anti-stress practice(s), no amount of therapeutics can offset the burden on their biological age. Even the fancy, expensive cutting-edge products don’t work as well.

Stress, especially chronic stress, is the fastest way to harm your biological age. My experiments showed me that intense stress skyrocketed my blood sugar more than eating junk (while relaxing).

Brand new animal research mirrors my findings. Other older human research shows it significantly impairs one hallmark of aging.

What can you do?

We have lots of ways to boost our stress resilience and improve biological age:

  • Meditation
  • Mindfulness
  • Hormetic therapies
  • Vibroacoustic therapy
  • Apollo Neuro
  • HRV biofeedback
  • Circadian health
  • Forest bathing & nature therapy
  • Red light therapy
  • Adaptogens

It’s not sexy, but stress reduction is the top foundational strategy for lowering your biological age. Balancing anabolic (yin) and catabolic (yang) forces is the driver of quality of life. That’s why I wrote an entire post on 27+ Ways to Bioharmonize Your Stress.

And, one of the surefire ways to improve your allostatic load (”stress bucket”) begins before your day starts.


Sleep is hands-down the most restorative, regeneration, and growth-oriented period of every 24-hour cycle. For all but ~99.7% of the population, completing all the myriad necessary processes takes 6-9 hours per night.

Sleep improves the neuroendocrine system, supports natural detoxification through increased glymphatic drainage, and helps protect against degenerative conditions.

When your long-term sleep quality or duration suffers, your body falls out of homeostasis. Normal reparative processes lag. Biological aging accelerates.

Best of all, sleep is something we passively do and it simultaneously increases our productivity and effectiveness across all of life’s domains.

For most of my life, sleep was my weakness. So I’ve tried just about everything to improve it.

You have a number of options to Bioharmonize Your Sleep. From low-hanging fruit like optimizing your bedroom for sleep, to using the best natural sleep aids.


Movement, more than exercise, plays a pivotal role in human aging. Many supercentenarians and those living in the “Blue Zones” do not have a dedicated fitness routine, but constantly move throughout the day.

Research clearly demonstrates a strong correlation between movement and younger BioAge.

Moving does all kinds of things to support the body and brain. It shifts the body into repair mode (AMPK activation). It stimulates NRF2 and built-in antioxidant systems. It increases blood flow and nutrient delivery.

Moving improves hormonal profiles. Vigorous exercise increases mitochondria, and nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) levels, and protects telomeres.

The best forms of exercise to slow biological aging include:

  • Sprinting & HIIT
  • Superslow strength training
  • Super Walking
  • Micro-workouts

Like anything, this follows a U-shaped curve. Too much exercise increases the oxidative burden on the body and also accelerates aging.

Find your sweet spot.

For most people, this looks like this:

  • Avoiding staying sedentary for hours
  • Moving 3+ miles per day
  • Elevating your heart rate significantly 3-5 days per week

Workouts exceeding about an hour are generally counterproductive barring exogenous hormonal support.

Drop vices

Working on aging without addressing your primary vices is like driving with one foot on the brake pedal.

Obviously, addictions and habituated use of many substances and behaviors impact health. Both in the short-term and also the quality of your later life (long-term healthspan).

Some of the common habitual behaviors that negatively impact aging include:

  • Alcohol consumption
  • Smoking commercial tobacco
  • Other recreational drug use
  • Adrenaline seeking & risk-taking

Not only do these detract from your lifespan, but they can also hamper the quality of those final years (or decades).

Perhaps the two worst are smoking conventional tobacco and drinking alcohol. Luckily you have plenty of other options.

These alcohol alternatives give a pleasant buzz but with no hangover or toxicity.

Conventional smokers have options too. These cigarette alternatives provide relief and relaxation with less harm to the body.

Taking honest inventory and cleaning up your relation to vices will pay back in spades. As well as help your mind and body.

Body composition

Unfortunately, nature’s harsh. Carrying excess fat mass is another indirect cause of premature aging.

The more overweight you are, the faster your rate of aging. There’s a link between body weight and increased all-cause mortality.

I’ll explain a few of the understood mechanisms.

First, fat mass accelerates oxidation throughout the body (one of the hallmarks of aging). It also dysregulates hormonal profiles and nutrient sensing.

Carrying excess body weight also leads to increased senescent cell burden. Another major aging accelerator.

Conversely, getting down to a healthy weight can protect our telomeres.

Note that weight loss isn’t the goal.

Rather, burning fat and adding muscle (improving body composition).


No discussion of anti-aging neglects diet. In fact, it’s so important that we’ll dedicate an entire section to nutrition.

Minimizing the intake of dangerous endocrine-disrupting chemicals while providing the body with essential raw materials sets the stage for optimal cellular function.

We do this by cleaning our living environments, consuming nutrient-dense foods, hydrating, supplementing, and using personalized therapeutics.

One of the consistent principles across all centenarians is minimal (even zero) consumption of processed foods and drinks.

Regardless of your dietary template, you should seek clean fats, essential amino acids, vitamins, minerals, trace minerals, and phytonutrients.

We’ll unpack this in greater detail.

Nutrition & Key Ingredients to Slow Biological Aging

What, when, where, why, and how much you consume help determine your outcome.

These are the most promising molecules to not only slow premature aging, but even turn back the bio clock.

Micros & Macros

Macronutrients and micronutrients are the substrates that fuel the body and its inner workings.

Minerals, trace minerals, and ultra-trace minerals catalyze the innumerable biochemical processes occurring every second. Reducing oxidative stress and inflammation in the body, while making each of these processes biologically feasible.

We need particular fats and amino acids just to live. Even more to thrive. Plus, macros like protein support lean tissue. Fats support cell membranes and hormone production.

Without ample intake of any of the above, we cannot maintain healthy tissues and organs.

Focus on consuming foods with the highest nutrient densities, like organ meats (or organ meat supplements), chlorella and spirulina micro-algae, and grass-finished, pasture-raised animal products.


Fluid intake is often overlooked by health optimizers. Hydration is more than just consuming water.

It’s about delivering that water where it’s needed without interfering with the body’s ability to transmit electric impulses. Water alone does not hydrate unless it contains key electrolyte minerals.

Making this another reason to focus first on your daily vitamin and mineral intake.

Hydrated tissues are supple and better receive required nutrients. They’re better lubricated and less prone to mobility issues and pains.

Target about 1/2 your lbs bodyweight in ounces of water. I’m 200 lbs, so I drink about 100 ounces per day. At a minimum, add a small pinch of quality sea salt to each. Or use something like a specific trace minerals supplement, Quinton, or Shilajit.

Aside from these tips, you can learn more on Nick’s Healthy Morning Hydration Drink and unlock the healthy you!


Another easy way to improve aging is to simply use more spices in your cooking.

Spices often contain some minerals and trace minerals, and more importantly, are rich in polyphenols and phytonutrients.

Turmeric, for example, contains many anti-inflammatory constituents. Such as curcumin. Ginger does too.

Spices also have protective effects and help normalize dysregulated biomarkers. For example, adding cinnamon to a morning drink can help keep blood sugar lower.

To preserve the beneficial bioactive effects, try adding herbs and spices toward the end of your cooking.

Hydrogen therapy

I’m shocked that molecular hydrogen therapy rarely comes up in discussions of longevity protocols.

Molecular hydrogen (H2 or MH) is the body’s primary required nutrient. When we consume food, our digestive process extracts hydrogen.

Yet most of us don’t extract nearly as much as we need, and for a variety of reasons, lack the amount humans used to get.

H2 is the molecule of homeostasis Share on X

It’s among the most protective substances we can consume. Research shows it helps health folks as well as those afflicted by 200+ different disease models.

It’s a selective antioxidant that activates the body’s built-in NRF2 defense pathway. Helping us naturally increase the production of potent molecules like glutathione and superoxide dismutase (SOD).

Basically, it inoculates against stress.

You can either drop a molecular hydrogen tablet in your water or inhale the upgraded version called Brown’s Gas.


A temporary lack of nutrition can exert powerful anti-aging effects.

Despite that, I only recommend fasting to those that have their allostatic load (”stress bucket”) until control. Even beneficial hormetic stressors can become too much when the body is under heavy duress.

For those that can handle it, time-restricted eating (extending the time between the last meal and the first) and extended fasting both provide benefits. Just reducing intake works too. Caloric restriction has long been considered the gold standard of longevity protocols.

During these periods, the body runs programs designed to repair and preserve itself. It clears senescent cells. It activates “cellular recycling” (autophagy) to clean up misfolded proteins.

Growth hormone naturally skyrockets. Some of the hormones typically dysregulated by feeding (insulin, ghrelin, leptin) stabilize.

Just make sure to break your fast with a nutrient-dense meal.

NAD Precursors

NAD is a molecule of life. Without it, we’d die almost instantly. It’s involved in cellular energy (ATP) production, DNA repair and protection (indirectly), activating/deactivating our genes, and other functions throughout the body.

Yet it naturally but dramatically declines with age and by living our modern lifestyle. Scientists believe that keeping NAD levels high slows biological aging.

Again, this is a subject I’ve covered extensively on this blog. NMN is the most popular NAD booster.

But you have multiple precursor options to increase NAD:

  • Niacin supplements
  • Nicotinamide riboside (NR) supplements
  • Nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) supplements

Since they threaten the profits of large drug companies, these ingredients are in the regulatory crosshairs. If any of these safe supplements get banned, you can check out this list of top NMN & NR alternatives to boost NAD.

Of course, there are tons of free, cheap, and easy ways to increase NAD levels naturally too.

Either way, successful biological age reversal protocols keep NAD+ elevated.

Sirtuin activators

Sirtuins are proteins that protect your DNA from damage as well as overall metabolic health. They’re also involved in aging, apoptosis, inflammation, stress resistance, alertness, and more. And all of them require ample NAD to function.

We know they’re important because sirtuins are highly conserved across all forms of life. Mammals have seven different sirtuins.

The most popular supplemental SIRT activators include:

  • Resveratrol
  • Pterostilbene
  • Turmeric
  • Berberine
  • Fucoidan
  • Quercetin
  • Apigenin

Although resveratrol used to be one of the most popular anti-aging supplements, more recent data casts doubt.

Most people do better with the superior alternative called Pterostilbene. Again, cooking with organic turmeric powder is a great way to easily get more sirtuin activation.


The longevity industry has a penchant of using obscure drugs for longevity. Some of the most hyped recent studies have used powerful drugs off-label.

For example, one of the more promising agents is called rapamycin. This is an immunosuppressant given to organ transplant recipients.

Another popular drug is called metformin. This one usually helps diabetics reduce blood sugar (although there are much better metformin alternatives available).

Then we have Dastanib. This is a chemotherapy drug used to treat several rare forms of cancer.

Hormone blockers are another risky category of medications sometimes touted to improve biological age.

Usually, these treatments backfire.

While each has significant general data behind them, very little pertains to longevity. Decades after the approval of popular drugs, we often do discover new side effects.

Such as the recently uncovered link between metformin use and birth defects. I believe that the incredibly popular but potentially dangerous GLP-1 weight loss drugs will end similarly.

Of course, there are exceptions as well. Like when scientific breakthroughs get the attention of scientists and the general public after years of research. GlyNAC supplements, for example, have been showing some promise for their anti-aging properties.

We definitely do not know if any of these drugs reverse aging. Or if the long-term side effects when used for longevity purposes will dramatically outweigh any benefits.

Biological Age Reducing Lifestyle Tips

Although less exciting than fancy supplements and fringe protocols, lifestyle comprises the backbone of your efforts to slow the aging process.

These are some of the practices, habits, protocols, and tips to consider.

Find purpose

Whether you call it your purpose, your “north star”, your “reason for existing”, or something completely different, the longest-lived folks contribute to something larger than themselves.

That can be as grand as enabling interstellar travel for humanity, or as simple as caring for a pet.

Having a purpose is an instant, on-demand source of energy, motivation, inspiration, and happiness. I speculate that this improves epigenetic expression to favor those with determination. Helping their biology survive and procreate.

Having a “why” facilitates staying on track with your long-term health & wellness when things inevitably get difficult.

Infrared sauna

Thanks to Dr. Rhonda Patrick and a long lineage of use in certain parts of the world, scientists have discovered the power of the sauna.

Spending time in a hot room or surrounded by skin-penetrating infrared light heats the core body temp and acts as a hormetic stressor. Helping the body better self-regulate and resist future stressors.

Although classic saunas radiantly heat the air surrounding you, infrared saunas have several advantages. First, they’re more comfortable and don’t feel like you’re melting (although that intense heat may grow on you). Second, infrared wavelengths are considered the most beneficial spectrum of natural sunlight.

Engaging in a regular sauna practice can reduce all-cause mortality by a staggering 40 percent. Meaning your chances of dying from anything drop almost in half.

And a whole lot of other benefits too. Check out this post on the Best Infrared Saunas for Home Use to learn more.

Gut microbiome

Emerging research links gut health to systemic full-body health. Some functional health practitioners claim 80% of your health stems from your gut.

We’re rediscovering a concept first documented in Ayurvedic medical texts dating back 5,000+ years.

A lot of things go down in your gut microbiome. This is the production facility for a staggering amount of hormones, neurotransmitters, vitamins, minerals, and nutrients.

The Enteric Nervous System (ENS) is comprised of a network of neurons within your intestinal lining. It’s also a vital information source, conveying information directly to the brain through the vagus nerve.

Our gut flora shapes our mood, our cravings, who we are, and what we do. Plus, a large portion of the immune system resides in the gut.

A permeable (”leaky”) gut causes rampant inflammation and all kinds of downstream issues. So following the right Tips to Bioharmonize Your Gut Health is a good starting point.

The simple approach is to remove what doesn’t belong, and seed the good stuff with prebiotics, probiotics, and postbiotics. Either naturally from your diet, or with a well-formulated product.


I wrote off skincare as unimportant to my longevity for most of my life. Turns out I was making a huge mistake.

Not only is the skin the largest endocrine organ, but it’s where we manufacture some hormones. It provides a barrier between us and things like heavy metals that disrupt our healthy state.

Skin is also the location with the highest senescent cell burden. Senescent cells in the skin impact your overall health and function.

One research paper showed that the inflammation induced by senescent skin cells reduces cognitive function.

And that’s just one seemingly unrelated system.

Interestingly, it’s so important that skin embryologically arises from the brain. If you don’t take care of your skin (as I haven’t), you’re missing an opportunity to decrease your aging speed—and at the same time, look more youthful.

Bioharmonizing Your Skin Health, Beauty, & Appearance can be quite easy and requires minimal time commitment.


Another of the more esoteric strategies is to engage in activities of personal expression.

In this category, I put singing, humming, chanting, dancing, playing music, and more. I’d also consider subtle movements like Tai Chi, Qigong, and a casual stroll in a similar category.

Vocals activate the vagus nerve and put the body into a parasympathetic “rest, relax, and digest” mode. Instruments impart the benefits of vibroacoustic therapy.

Tai Chi, Qigong, and nature therapy profoundly reduce stress and shift perceptions.

Each of these activities increases joy and life outlook. Which simultaneously dampens risk-taking and improves decision-making.


Observe those with an extraordinary healthspan and you’ll notice their constant immersion in newness.

Supercentenarians are lifelong learners. They pick up new skills, embarrass themselves by failing, and persist through proficiency.

Both the brain and body stay young when faced with new challenges and things to learn. You form new neural connections and engage in different patterns of thinking. This also adds zest for life.

A simple goal is to just try one new thing every week. That can be as small as trying one new food or as complex as learning a few words of a different language.

Social life

We’ve all heard of smokers and heavy drinkers who neglect diet, hardly exercise, and somehow live well beyond 100.


One thing that those folks have in common is community. Social connection is a powerful predictor of health, happiness, and also the rate of aging.

Whether you’re an introvert or extrovert, feeling socially connected is key. For some people, that’s confiding in one single close friend. To others, that’s living as the life of the party most nights of the week.

At the same time, these folks tend to minimize time around others who disrupt their well-being.

Focusing on maintaining and building your connections to friends and family will help your biological age.

Mindfulness & meditation

One of the icons of stress reduction, these two are well-researched to reduce biological deterioration and help the body’s many systems work better.

I think of meditation as a component of mindfulness. It can be as simple as carving time out to focus on that which happens automatically. Such as breathing. Temporarily diverting attention away from our thoughts.

Tuning into how we’re currently feeling.

Although meditation and mindfulness profoundly benefit stress and biological aging, few follow through and make them consistent habits.

There are several forms and technologies that quickly drop you into a deep state:

  • Ziva technique
  • NuCalm
  • Apollo Neuro

As little as 3-5 minutes per day makes a difference. Do it in the morning while your brainwaves are most conducive for the best results.

Powerful & Advanced Biological Age Improvement Tools

Advanced Biological Age Improvement Tools

These longevity tools really move the needle.

They’re also considerably more expensive or difficult to use.

Nonetheless, if you want to dramatically accelerate and amplify your results these are some cutting-edge options.

Decoding DNA

Scientists have flip-flopped on the importance of DNA, and although it’s no longer your inevitable destiny, it contains key clues to your constitutional uniqueness.

Each of us has genetic weaknesses and strengths that impact our health, well-being, and rate of aging.

Which vitamins, minerals, and nutrients we’re likely to need far more than the general recommendation. Which will cause toxicities at below-average doses. Which lifestyle habits will yield the greatest results.

As elegantly depicted by Roger Williams in his book Biochemical Individuality, we can vary tremendously in our abilities to perform the same actions. For example, even members within the same family show up to 1000-fold differences in their ability to metabolize and detoxify alcohol.

Your genes also set you up for certain catastrophic conditions, but not others.

Knowing your specific blueprint helps you design the highest leverage lifestyle specifically tailored to maximizing your health span and turning back the biological clock.

Best of all, your actual genes do not change. Their expression does, which is why we also measure epigenetic methylation.

I’ve tested tons of different tools, and I only recommend one. Check out my New SelfDecode 2.0 DNA Testing Review and you’ll know why it’s one of the more important resources.

Senolytic therapy

This is one of the major hot frontiers of modern longevity science. Attend any anti-aging conference and senolytics are guaranteed to come up.

Cellular senescence is one of the first nine hallmarks of aging and occurs when cells go rogue and start consuming resources without performing their normal functions. They’re often referred to as “zombie cells”. Low levels of senescence are important and beneficial to cell signaling. As we age, however, senescence gets out of hand.

All it takes to accelerate aging is just 1 out of 7,000-15,000 healthy cells to become senescent.

Senolytic therapy is using molecules and habits tactically to help rid the body of senescent cells. Doing so slows biological aging as well as improves the quality of life. The older you are, the more important this therapeutic.

Several supplements stand out for their powerful senolytic activity:

  • Fisetin
  • Quercetin
  • Spermidine
  • Fucocidin

Other ingredients with senolytic action include milk thistle, soybean seed extract, and again, turmeric.

Each ingredient targets senescent cells in specific tissues. So, for the greatest impact, you’ll want to take a bunch of different compounds.

Or, you can grab a product scientifically formulated to hit them all. It’s difficult to decipher the marketing claims, so I wrote a detailed guide to the Best Senolytic Supplements to Slow Aging.

Best of all, some of the formulations follow what’s called “hit and run dosing”. Meaning that these supplements work best when used for only 2 days per month!


Peptides are one of the most exciting developments of the last few decades. These small strings of <15 amino acids naturally occur throughout the body and perform myriad functions.

Peptides rebalance bodily systems and organs. They elevate processes that are underactive and dampen overactive processes. They’re incredibly safe and at the same time, powerful.

Peptides work great to address acute issues and some have profound biological age-reversing benefits:

  • Epitalon: improves cellular replication by protecting DNA. Leading to lower production of damaged and diseased cells. Epitalon also improves the pineal gland’s release of sleep and a powerful antioxidant hormone called melatonin.
  • TA1: keeps the immune system functioning optimally, which is key to slowing aging. Unsurprisingly, the Russians discovered that it extends lifespan.
  • CJC-1295: the growth hormone secretagogues class of peptides encourages the body to naturally produce more growth hormone (dubbed “the hormonal fountain of youth”). Longevity docs around the world have prescribed normal growth hormones for decades. These related peptides don’t shut down your endogenous product and have fewer side effects.

These are just a few of the more popular longevity peptides. You’ll find different ones for just about every goal.

Unfortunately, due to profits conflicting with large industries, peptides sit in a regulatory gray zone. I won’t touch most products on the market. Contamination, adulteration, and toxicity are incredibly common. There are only a few sources that I like. So I rounded up and compared the World’s Top Peptide Sellers.

Work with your healthcare provider before starting peptides.

The main downside? Most require injection and they can get expensive fast. That’s where our next option comes in.


Bioregulators are like peptides but with even shorter chains of amino acids. That’s one of the primary distinguishing factors between proteins, hormones, peptides, and bioregulators.

Bioregulators are comprised of the shortest chains of amino acids, with some just three peptides long. Although hardly known in the West, these are popular in Russia. The godfather of bioregulators, Dr. Vladmir Khavinson, estimates they’ve used over a million so far.

Like peptides, they’re incredibly safe. These “nudge” the body back into optimal functioning. Unlike drugs, bioregulators do not force any changes. That’s why there are no known side effects.

Bioregulators target particular organ systems, so well-designed protocols select the most relevant products based on your goals and needs. Most regimens stack multiple bioregulators together

Yet the research on them shows staggering biological age improvements. Most of it is in Russian, but docs are the world now use them to great success. Dr. Bill Lawrence is the leading American bioregulator researcher and he’s currently running a large study out of his USA-based clinic.

Preliminary data suggests following an optimal protocol may yield a 20-40% life extension increase.

There are several big upsides. First, these are far cheaper than peptides. More important for most people, however, is that they’re orally bioavailable. Bioregulators survive stomach acidity and exert their effects.

Making them far more convenient. Plus, unlike peptides, bioregulators are classified as dietary supplements!

I recently placed my first order and plan to thoroughly test these and document my experience with bioregulator supplements.

Questions & Answers Regarding Slowing Biological Aging

Is it really possible to reverse biological aging?

Although controversial, it is possible to reduce (not reverse) your rate of biological aging using the right tools and behaviors.

What are the best ways to improve biological age?

The best ways to improve your biological age include stress reduction, optimizing sleep, proper nourishment, regular exercise/movement, and addressing any unhealthy vices. Peptides and bioregulators are great add-ons

How much does slowing your aging cost?

Reversing your BioAge can range from free to tens of thousands of dollars, depending on your frequency of testing, additional supplements, peptides, bioregulators, and other tools.

Reversing Your Biological Age?

Scientists have been pushing to re-classify aging as a disease. Treating aging as a disease would dissolve current barriers and usher in unprecedented funding. Access to powerful therapeutics would accelerate.

For now, many of the best ways to reduce premature aging include the pillars of general healthy living:

  • De-stressing
  • Movement
  • Breaking vices
  • Nourishment
  • Social life
  • Playing
  • Supplements

And other simple ways of sending your biology a signal of youthfulness.

Those are great alone.

Then we have advanced tools and therapeutics that make a big difference:

  • Genetic analysis
  • Molecular hydrogen
  • Light
  • Temperature contrast
  • Senolytics
  • Peptides
  • Bioregulators
  • Stem cells

These are just the tip of the iceberg. But they work.

It’s hard to know exactly what’s working and what “healthy” habits and products are actually impeding your progress.

That’s why most folks prefer to start with a biological age test. Then, after a few months, you retest and check the change.

That’s what I did. I tested, followed a lot of this guidance (although admittedly working on offsetting my stress), and I plan to retest. When I do, I will update this post with my results.

Now, over to you.

How are you slowing your biological aging? What is your protocol? Let me know in the comments below and let’s make this a conversation!


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