The InsideOut Challenge: Using At-Home Blood Tests To Power Self-Health Management
A powerful combination of technologies is ushering in a new self-health management era - empowering individuals to proactively gain insights they can easily understand and act upon to improve their wellbeing and prevent disease.
Ageing Well: How to Increase Your Health Span
As our life span continues to increase, it is essential to take control of the ageing process, optimising our bodies to remain healthy for as long as possible whilst keeping in mind that the earliest we start proactively managing our health, the more chances we have to expand our health span.
Can You Change The Way You Age?
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is crucial, yet general claims of ‘living a healthy lifestyle’ can be confusing and individuals may not know what to focus on to measurably improve their health and wellbeing. Emerging technology, such as personalised blood biomarker tracking is a powerful tool that highlights the benefits of focusing on the right areas.
Small Lifestyle Adjustments Can Save Your Life
Many chronic diseases today are also referred to as ‘lifestyle diseases’, as they are often influenced by unhealthy lifestyles. The good news is that the reverse is also true – lifestyle improvements can significantly reduce the risk of chronic disease.
Thinking About a Healthy Living Journey?
There are lots of reasons you might get started on a healthy living journey. Perhaps you want to get fit to keep up with your family, or maybe you just want to enjoy life without being tired all the time. Whatever the reason for getting started, you should be proud of yourself for taking that crucial first step. But how do you stay on track?
Is Your Lifestyle Making You Age Faster?
You undoubtedly know your age, the number of years that have passed since you were born. But do you know your biological age? Also known as physiological or functional age, biological age differs from chronological age because it considers the gradual accumulation of damage to various cells and tissues in the body. In summary, your body may be younger or older than the years you have been on this planet!Your biological age is influenced by your lifestyle, genetics, chronological age, and certain diseases. While the passing of time is out of our control, it is possible to manage how our body ages through lifestyle improvements.