Life Expectancy Genetic Testing
People who live to 100 years of age may be less susceptible to some age-related diseases, because they may have a slower rate of aging than average. This information is stored in our genes. Information specific to your lifespan expectancy is stored in your DNA.
Knowing more about your genetic makeup can help you protect yourself against aging and disease by implementing preventative measures that can help you live a healthier, longer life.