A New Way to Look at Ageing
In these two 90 minute presentations, including recorded Q&A, Dr Denise Furness helps to deepen your understanding of the science behind methylation and a new way of testing that will shift the way you look at ageing.
Denise runs through the importance of methylation in the body, covering how and why it occurs in all cells. She covers a description of the basic biochemistry of methylation and how this impacts ageing and health, and how these processes occur in the body. Denise then goes over epigenetic biological age, telomere length and the DunedinPACE; which is a DNA methylation biomarker for the pace of ageing.
Denise runs through case studies and treatment options based on test results. She covers how to improve ageing, the time-frames required for taking supplements and other treatment protocols, retesting, and the benefits of utilising additional pathology testing alongside the TruAge results.
Accelerated biological ageing is the increase in cells and systems losing their ability to function.
It is a key predictor of chronic disease morbidity. With advanced epigenetic analysis and reporting, you can objectively quanitfy biological age and the effects of lifestyle interventions intended to reduce accelerated ageing and the subsequent links to disease and health.
In this two-part series, delve into a deeper understanding of the science behind methylation and ageing with Dr Denise Furness, as she covers interventions using research and case studies.
- Improve your understanding of methylation in the body and its role in cellular ageing.
- Understand the benefits and when to utilise the TruAge test in clinic for better patient outcomes and preventative care.
- Expand your tool kit with evidence-based anti-ageing protocols.
Resources A New Way to Look at Ageing Part 2 Notes DUNEDINPOAM Report Epigenetic Methylation Data Report Telemore Length Report