The RealAge test can help answer these questions, and now, it’s more accurate than ever. Based on a huge review of all the latest medical and scientific findings, the new RealAge test reflects the state of the art. It turns out that the flossing, having a pet and holding a grudge can all affect your health.
“The team behind the complex effort to rework the RealAge Test, considered the gold standard of wellness self-assessment, was led by Keith Roach, MD, chief medical officer for RealAge, and included the creator of the original RealAge Test, Michael Roizen, MD,” the company announced in a press release. “The new test incorporates major research findings from the most important medical, nutritional and fitness studies conducted in recent years by influential institutions such as the Centers for Disease Control, the U.S. census, the National Center for Health Statistics, and more.”
Created by Dr. Oz and Dr. Roizen, the RealAge diet promises to turn back the clock by helping you become a healthier person. Anyone who takes the RealAge test receives a personalized “Grow Younger Plan.” The more accurate test will soon be complemented by new tools to help you active a younger RealAge, like a system to help you keep track of the small stuff and a way to see what health changes you need to make the most.