Your Real Age

Health experts now agree that rather than enjoying two birthdays rather like our Queen, we in fact have two distinct ages – our ‘birth age’ and our ‘biological age’ this biological age being determined by how we treat ourselves.


So in a bid to find out a reasonable approximation of mine (as I no longer particularly enjoy celebrating my actual one..) I have done some online research and have found a few interactive calculators.

Frankly I have been pleasantly surprised by the results – having managed to knock between 6 and 4 years off.

Honest Response

I do however have slight reservations about my ability to give clear answers to some of the questions.  On reflection it is quite likely that I have erred on the more positive response.  OK, some of my responses may in fact have erred on the downright dishonest, but all the same it is quite thought provoking.

Have a Go

I have collected some of the links together for you to have a go!  Do remember that this is one of those ‘fun but with a serious message’ type activities and all of these sites carry the fairly standard ‘disclaimer’.

Age is Just a Number

Biological this site is all about biological age and has global coverage their disclaimer reads: This site is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Biological Age is a crude measure of your health but I hope you find it interesting. We are not responsible for anything you do once you leave this site.

Grow a site promoting natural remedies, their disclaimer reads: Our visitors offer information and opinions from their personal experience. What you read here is not a substitute for professional medical prevention, diagnosis, or treatment. Please consult with your doctor or your other health care providers concerning your symptoms and medical requirements before following any of the remedies or other suggestions on this site

BBC iWonder Their disclaimer: Your real age score is intended to give you an approximate understanding of your health in comparison to the rest of the population. This content is provided for general information only, and should not be treated as a substitute for the medical advice of your own doctor or other health care professional. Always consult your own GP if you are in any way concerned about your health.

Good Luck!


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