The truth is people age at different speeds. The date that marks your birthday doesn't necessarily reflect your body's biological age - your InnerAge.
Introducing InnerAge 2.0 - our new and improved ultra-personalized nutrition system focused on optimizing your healthspan. InnerAge 2.0's advanced data-driven model first calculates your biological age, then provides an action plan of science-backed recommendations with the goal of improving the quantity and quality of the years ahead of you.
First, find the truth
Learning your biological age may seem daunting. But InnerAge is more than just a simple measurement. It’s the starting point for you to take control of your health & wellness journey.
Use the science
The power is inside you to lower your InnerAge. Simply follow the ultra-personalized and science-backed nutrition and lifestyle guidance provided with your InnerAge results.
Track positive progress
While measuring your InnerAge is important, tracking the positive progress over time is the most accurate way to keep you on the right path.
Inside Tracker's team of scientists have identified biomarkers that are both strong predictors of longevity and can be influenced by nutrition and lifestyle. With over ten years and tens of thousands of data samples, their new algorithm compares each biomarker to your peers and calculates the contribution of each one to your InnerAge.
More biomarkers = more personalized
They've increased the number of biomarkers by over 3X to provide you with more personalized and accurate estimates of your biological age.
Continuous accuracy improvements
As they add more data from you and people like you, their algorithm evolves and improves, making your InnerAge more accurate.
What You'll Get
- Comprehensive blood test and analysis
- Personalized optimal biomarker zones and results tracking
- Healthspan and longevity focused action plan with nutrition, exercise and lifestyle recommendation
- Secure, online portal with a customized dashboard
InnerAge 2.0 Biomarkers
New InnerAge 2.0 includes a blood test and analysis of fourteen (14) biomarkers for Women and eighteen (18) biomarkers for Men.
|Albumin (Serum protein)
||Albumin (Serum protein)
|Basophils (percent) (Basophils percent of WBC)
||Basophils (percent) (Basophils percent of WBC)
|DHEAS (Sex hormone precursor)
||Calcium (Bone health)
|Eosinophils (percent) (Eosinophils percent of WBC)
||Free testosterone (Active testosterone)
|GGT (Liver enzyme)
||GGT (Liver enzyme)
|Glucose (Blood sugar)
||Glucose (Blood sugar)
|HbA1c (Average blood sugar)
||Hematocrit (Oxygen transport)
|LDL (Cholesterol transporter)
||HbA1c (Average blood sugar)
|Lymphocytes (Immune system cells)
||LDL (Cholesterol transporter)
|Monocytes (percent) (Monocytes percent of WBC)
||Lymphocytes (percent) (Lymphocytes percent of WBC)
|RDW (Variation in red blood cell size)
||MCH (Oxygen transport)
|TIBC (Total Iron-Binding Capacity)
||MCHC (Oxygen transport)
|Triglycerides (Fats for energy storage)
||Neutrophils (percent) (Neutrophils Percent of WBC)
|BMI (Body mass index)
||Red blood cells (Oxygen transport)
||SHBG (Sex hormone carrier)
||Triglycerides (Fats for energy storage)
||hsCRP (Inflammation indicator)
||BMI (Body mass index)