Empowering you to live healthier for longer through
personalized, scientific testing and solutions.
Healthy aging solutions for
every life stage
20s and 30s
Get plenty of sleep
Getting adequate sleep has many health benefits, including supporting your immune system, maintaining a healthy weight, and decreasing your risk of adverse health conditions such as high blood pressure and diabetes.
Don't forget important nutrients
Men and women in their 20's and 30's need to ensure they are getting plenty of protein, omega-3's, and other important vitamins and minerals. It's also the perfect time to support cellular rejuvenation with nicotinamide riboside.* Your early 20s and 30s are a great time to develop these healthy habits that will improve your aging process throughout life.
Focus on mental health
Positive mental health is vital at all ages. It improves productivity, helps you cope in times of stress, and helps you realize your full potential. Ultimately, focusing on self-care allows you to continue to thrive, grow, and enjoy life as you age.
Maintain a healthy weight
Three tips for maintaining a healthy weight include, starting each meal with high fiber fruits or veggies, drinking plenty of water, and consuming alcohol only in moderation. By adding regular exercise (try to move at least 30 minutes daily) to your routine, you can help maintain your independence as you get older.
50s and beyond
Focus on heart health
After age 50, you can start having plaque build up in your arteries. Your heart can begin to work harder to do its job. Eating a healthy diet that includes healthy fats from fish and olive oil, lots of colorful fruits and veggies, and low sodium, and engaging in moderate exercise will all promote a healthy heart.
Nourish bones, joints, and muscles
Healthy bones and joints improve your ability to stay active in the years ahead. Calcium, vitamin D, and curcumin support 360-degree bone and joint health.* Muscle mass also tends to decline with age. Keeping up a healthy protein intake, vitamin D, and regular exercise contribute to your ability to maintain muscle mass.*
Healthy aging, personalized.
No matter where you sit on the spectrum of aging, we provide the rigorous scientific testing and solutions to meet your goals.Take the Healthy Aging quiz
Thorne's Exclusive NR Formulas
|NiaCel 400||ResveraCel||Advanced Nutrients||Collagen Plus|
|Nicotinamide Riboside (NR) per serving||400 mg||400 mg||45 mg||125 mg|
|Great for younger individuals*|
|NSF Certified for Sport|
|Perfect for older individuals*|
|Boosts NAD+ levels*|
|Supports healthy aging*|
|Enhances sirtuin activity*|
|Promotes cellular repair*|
|With antioxidants for synergistic aging support*|
|Complete multi-vitamin/mineral support|
|Reduces visible signs of aging*|
|Promotes skin hydration and elasticity*|
|Trimethylglycine to enhance methylation*|
|5-MTHF and methylcobalamin for methylation support*|
|Recommended Use||1 capsule one to two times daily||2 capsules one to two times daily||4-8 capsules daily||1 scoop with at least 8-12 ounces of water daily|
The Thorne Difference:
Thorne’s exclusive nicotinamide riboside ingredient, contained in every Healthy Aging product, is a unique form of vitamin B3 that works in the cells to support a number of cellular processes – like supporting healthy aging, cellular energy production, brain function, liver health, and cellular metabolism. Supporting these cellular functions helps us age well, exercise better, maintain normal metabolism and detoxification, and stay clear-headed.Learn more
Why is your biological age important?
Biological age helps explain why some individuals of the same age have profound differences in capabilities - why some run marathons and scale mountains, while others are riddled with health conditions and require around-the-clock care. Biological age is not chronological age, which is your age in years based on when you were born. Rather, biological age is how old your body functions physiologically.
Environmental exposures, dietary habits, exercise, physical or mental health issues, chronological age, genetics, and even social stimulation can all affect the “age” of your cells. Your biological age can be altered by how much “damage” your body accumulates over time. Knowing your biological age and making positive changes can impact your longevity and overall wellbeing.
Thorne’s Biological Age Test analyzes a blood panel to determine the rate of aging for an entire body and specific organs, so a consumer can understand how “old” their immune system is compared to the benchmark. Personalized recommendations are geared to reduce an individual’s biological age score and provide resources to slow or reverse that score.