Preventive care that makes sense.
Afiya uses safe, effective, personalized plans to help you optimize your body’s potential and lead a longer, healthier life.
Zeshaan Maan, MD, MRCS, MSc
Zeshaan is completing his training in Plastic Surgery at Stanford University. His postdoctoral research focused on stem cell biology and regenerative medicine, with a focus on aging and diabetes. He has been awarded multiple grants to support his research, resulting in numerous awards and publication of more than 100 scientific papers.
Dominik Duscher, MD, PhD
Dominik is the Director and Owner of the Longevity Center Munich and serves as Program Director for Applied Regenerative Medicine at the University of Tübingen. He has published more than 140 scientific papers about regenerative medicine and aging.
Be the first – fill out the survey and take control of your health
Understand your biological age and general wellness today. Get data-driven recommendations for a healthier tomorrow.
Step 1: Know your status
Tell us about yourself in our short survey. Then, we’ll send you at-home testing to determine your biological age, overall health, and functional status.
Step 2: Track your results
We integrate your wearable data and provide evidence-based recommendations centered around diet, exercise, sleep, supplementation and emerging therapies.
Step 3: Refine your plan
Simply follow our advice and test again at home in a few months. Your results help us refine your plan and improve our process for every Afiya user.
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+ How can Afiya help me now and in the future?
Afiya can help you now by establishing a baseline for your biological age and overall wellness. From there, we can give you evidence-based recommendations to improve your health and functional status. By measuring your progress over time, we can help you optimize your body’s potential for a longer, healthier life.
+ I’m not old – can Afiya still help me?
It’s never too early to start getting serious about your health. While physical decline is characteristic of people aged 50 and older, some of us experience metabolic decline as early as our 20s. Afiya can assess your health now and give you data-driven advice to optimize your health at every age.
+ What’s the difference between biological age and chronological age?
Your chronological age is basically how long you’ve been alive. Your biological age reflects how much your body has aged in that time, based on several factors like diet, exercise, sleep habits, and numerous biomarkers.
+ What are biomarkers?
Biomarkers are characteristics of your body that can be measured. They can be as common as heart rate and blood pressure, or more complex indicators studied through lab tests on blood or tissues.