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Epigenetic Test #9: Finally, A Younger Horvath Age Than the Chronological

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So the Horvath Clock is the best clock for predicting epigenetic age, yet of the 42 variables almost nothing is associated with reducing it (just copper, B-12, and bodyweight). Meanwhile of the 41 foods just 3 were associated with reducing it (the salt seemed unusual to me).  Is this a little concerning since it feels seems like there won't be many strings to pull on to reduce it?

Nice improvement in your year-over-year Horvath Clock data (even though it isn't yet "relatively youthful" as you would say, it does seem to be headed into the right direction). 

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