Harness the power of Microbiome Age clock for an enhanced immune system

The Microbiome Age clock is a tool that helps measure the health and diversity of the microbes that live in and on our bodies. These microbes, including bacteria, fungi, and viruses, play a vital role in our overall health and well-being.

As we age, the makeup of our microbiomes can change, and this can have a range of effects on our health. For example, a decline in microbiome diversity has been linked to a variety of age-related health issues, including a weakened immune system and an increased risk of chronic diseases.

Leveraging gut microbiome

Deep Microbiome Age clock is based on gut microbiome composition profile and achieves Mean Absolute Error of about 5.9 years.

Gut Microbiome data can be put to greater use in age prediction using Deep Longevity’s Microbiome aging clocks.

Deep Neural Networks driven prediction

Good / Bad Bacteria

Our algorithms are beginning to identify a set of bacteria that aids aging and those that are pathogenic. There are several factors that can influence the health and diversity of our microbiomes as we age, including:

  • Diet: The types and quantities of food we consume can have a major impact on the makeup of our microbiomes. A diet rich in fibre and fermented foods, for example, can support the growth of healthy microbes.

  • Lifestyle: Factors such as stress, sleep, and exercise can all affect the health of our microbiomes.

  • Medications: Some medications, such as antibiotics, can kill off beneficial microbes and disrupt the balance of our microbiomes.

Connecting Gut with the Brain

Research is beginning to reveal a deeper connection between the gut and the brain, how the organs influence one another.