There was a statistically significant (p=.039) difference in the participants’ mean biological age before (55.83 years) and after (51.23 years) the 8-week diet and lifestyle intervention, with an average decrease of 4.60 years. The average chronological age at the start of the program was 57.9 years and all but one participant had a biological age younger than their chronological age at the start of the program, suggesting that biological age changes were unrelated to disease improvement and instead might be attributed to underlying aging mechanisms.
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Fitzgerald KN, Campbell T, Makarem S, Hodges R. Potential reversal of biological age in women following an 8-week methylation-supportive diet and lifestyle program: a case series. Aging (Albany NY). 2023 Mar 22; 15:1833-1839 . https://doi.org/10.18632/aging.204602
DNA methylation, age reversal, biological age, health span, life span, longevity, polyphenolic modulators of DNA methyl transferase, ten-eleven translocation (TET) demethylase cofactors, DMNT, a methylation-supportive diet, epi nutrients, curcumin, epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), rosmarinic acid, quercetin, luteolin