Our TruAge COMPLETE, at-home epigenetic test tells you how old you really are from a biological standpoint, on a cellular level. TruAge COMPLETE offers the most comprehensive and in-depth look at 75+ biomarkers and various, biological elements of aging.


Our TruAge COMPLETE epigenetic test provides a scientific assessment of your biological age by examining the rate at which your cells age. This at-home test offers an extensive evaluation of various biological elements related to aging, making it the most thorough option available for those keen on anti-aging insights.

TruAge COMPLETE not only determines your biological age but also evaluates age-related biomarkers to address questions about your health risks, physical fitness age, and the impact of lifestyle factors like alcohol consumption and tobacco exposure on your DNA. Additionally, it provides actionable insights on how to optimize your biological health metrics.

Please note that factors like recent infections or surgeries can temporarily influence the results of this test, and it is advisable to avoid sample collection during such times for accuracy.

What's Included

Discover your biological age through the most advanced and predictive aging algorithm ever created; OMICmAge, developed by TruDiagnostic in partnership with Harvard University.

OMICmAge is exciting healthcare providers and patients alike because it provides novel insights into the reasons why someone is experiencing advanced aging. Older analysis was limited in the nature of only being able to determine if a patient's age and biological aging was accelerated or decelerated. Now we can not only tell you your biological age, but also what is most likely contributing to an age acceleration!

This report includes the following:

  • Your OMICm Biological Age
  • Your Risk of Death
  • Your Risk of Stroke, Cancer, Congenital Heart Disease, COPD, Depression, and Type II Diabetes
  • Your Methylation Risk Scores for Various Proteins
  • Your Methylation Risk Scores for Various Metabolites
  • Your Methylation Risk Scores for Clinical Biomarkers

PLUS- Discover whether your methylation risk scores for various, multi-omic measurements are correlated with a higher or lower biological age. This report also calculates what your risk of death and disease would be if your biological age increases or decreases by one to several years.

Discover how fast or slow your body is currently aging! Results are reported in a fashion that compares your pace of aging to 1 standard calendar year. For example, if your results are '0.8', that means your body is currently aging 0.8 years for each year that passes.

In our Pace of Aging report, we use the exclusively-licensed DunedinPACE algorithm to calculate your current speed of aging. 

This algorithm is the product of the on-going and renowned Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health and Development Study, where researchers have followed the lives and aging patterns of 1,037 people born between 1972, and 1973 at Queen Mary Maternity Hospital, in Dunedin, New Zealand.

The study is now in its fifth decade and has produced a considerable amount of data that shapes what we know about the pace at which humans age, along with phenotypic expressions of aging; yielding the only 3rd generation aging technology currently available.

SYMPHONYAge is available exclusively through TruDiagnostic. Access it by purchasing a new TruAge COMPLETE test or upgrading a previous COMPLETE analysis.

Discover aging insights on eleven organ systems with SYMPHONYAge, using Yale University's system-specific, epigenetic aging algorithms. TruDiagnostic exclusively offers the SYMPHONYAge clock series to deliver both individual and interconnected organ aging insights in our new SYMPHONYAge report. 

Upgrade your previous TruAge COMPLETE test(s) to gain digital access to the epigenetic age calculations in our SYMPHONYAge reports, including: 

Included Aging Insights:

1. Lung Age 

2. Heart Age

3. Brain Age

4. Hormone Age

5. Metabolic Age

6. Musculoskeletal Age

7. Blood Age

8. Liver Age

9. Inflammation Age

10. Kidney Age

11. Immune System Age

12. Your Whole Body, SYMPHONYAge
(Organ Systems Age)

Discover how old you are according to your physical fitness and functionality!

This report calculates your OMICm FitAge, aka your overall biological age based exclusively on epigenetic biomarkers of physical performance. This measurement uses our novel OMICm FitAge Acceleration algorithm to calculate your results.

PLUS- Learn more about the aging status of your:

  • Muscle Strength (Grip Strength)
  • Lung Function (VO2Max & FEV1)
  • Walking Speed (Gait Speed)

These metrics are reported in a format that tells you whether you are performing better or worse than others who share the same calendar age as you, and by what percentage.

Losing weight can be a challenge for many, especially for those who attempt dietary-based interventions without knowing how their body is biologically programmed to respond. Our Weight Loss Response report helps thousands plan their weight loss strategy, before committing to a calorie-based routine that may not work. 

Discover whether your DNA expression and biology would likely make caloric restriction an effective or ineffective form of weight loss for you.

Understand how drinking alcohol speeds up the aging processes of your skin, blood, and liver, as well as how it impacts your overall, biological aging processes.

Learn how your lifetime alcohol consumption, as well as current drinking habits, affect your DNA expression. Our Alcohol Consumption report also breaks down the latest research on how long it would take an average person to reverse the damage of drinking, through abstinence.

Discover the concentration and ratios of various types of immune cells throughout your body, along with how those results are associated with either an increased or decreased risk of death and disease (such as cancer and Type II Diabetes).

This report also breaks down how various lifestyle factors such as caffeine consumption and BMI impact your immune cell levels.

Do you ever wonder why many older adults experience a harder time battling diseases like COVID-19 or the common flu, compared to younger people who typically have an easier time recovering from the same illnesses?

It all boils down to the capabilities of one's immune cells to effectively respond to internal and foreign health threats; capabilities which tend to decrease with age.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review

Sample Review