Biological Age VS Cellular Age – What’s The Difference?

While it is our biological age that matters most to determine the length of healthspan or amount of time a person will maintain good health. Francis Palmer, MD, a world-renowned, board-certified facial plastic surgeon, and author of “What’s Your Number?” has spent more than three decades of his career helping people look younger by altering outside appearances, but says there’s a more sustainable way to feel and look younger by reducing your biological age, and the best part: no surgery is required.

Talking Points:
Dr. Palmer shows how to test your biological age with a simple saliva at-home test, and the benefits of supplementing calcium plus AKG (alpha-ketoglutarate) have on making cells act more youthful to potentially slow down the aging process that occurs naturally as cells age (i.e.: gray hair and forgetfulness):
• Longevity scientists say significantly elongating life without sustaining well-being is pointless, and enhancing vitality as we age may be our most valuable health gain.
• Chronological age is how many years you have been living (birthdays) and biological age is how old your cells are acting (or behaving).
• Biological age can be determined by a simple saliva at-home test.
• AKG is a small molecule naturally present in the body that significantly declines to start at age 40 and affects biological age (causing cells to age).
• Combined with calcium, supplementing with a specific time-release form of CaAKG (calcium alpha-ketoglutarate) can decrease biological age by eight years in approximately seven months (according to a new study in Aging).
• Comparatively, diet and exercise alone have only been known to reduce biological age by about two years after more than a year of consistent lifestyle changes.

Dr. Francis Palmer is a world-renowned, board-certified facial plastic surgeon, and author of “What’s Your Number?” with more than three decades of practical experience in medicine. His aesthetic vision and surgical expertise has attracted an array of international clientele, including celebrities, royalty and world leaders, who trust him to improve and rejuvenate their appearance through his unique knowledge of cutting-edge techniques and state-of-the-art technology.

After many successful years, Palmer retired his knife and closed his Beverly Hills plastic surgery practice to focus his time and expertise on helping people achieve anti-aging from the inside out using advanced, clinically studied nutraceuticals. He consults as chief medical officer for Ponce de Leon Health, a company dedicated to developing drug-free solutions scientifically proven to extend overall longevity, while simultaneously increasing healthspan and reducing biological age for better health.

An honors graduate of San Diego State University, Palmer received his medical degree from the University of California – Irvine. Following his residency at USC-LA County Medical Center, he completed a fellowship with the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and is board certified in that specialty.

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