If you have just received your TruAge™ report, you may be wondering where to start. After all, there is a lot about you that makes you unique. In this article you will find a brief introduction to the reports provided by TruDiagnostic and other key information to help you get started exploring your epigenetics.
If you are new to the world of epigenetics or it has been a while since your last epigenetics class, you can review a few concepts about genetics in our Tutorials.
This article will discuss the following topics:
Accessing your accountHow to print a summary of your reportsThe TruDiagnostic report categories and the information each category providesThe limitations of the reports
Accessing Your Account
After you receive an email announcing “Your reports are ready”, you will need to log in to your online TruDiagnostic using the email address you provided during the registration process—this is the same email address used to announce that your data was ready.
Your TruDiagnostic reports and our interactive features are only accessible from within your account.
Printing a Summary of Your Reports
The TruDiagnostic reports are only accessible from within your account; you must log in to your TruDiagnostic account to print your reports. To print an individual report, click on the Print button in the upper-right corner of the report.
To print a summary of your reports, simply login to your account. Next, click on All Reports from the dropdown menu, then click on the Report Summary button in the upper-right corner.
Introducing the TruDiagnostic Reports
You can explore what your DNA says about you in the TruDiagnostic Reports—accessible from the side panel of your homepage. The categories of reports available to you depend on your service type you purchased.
At the moment, TruDiagnostic offers one report — TruAge™.
You will receive 75+ pages of interpreted data and clinical recommendations based on your epigenetic results. This report includes your TruAge™, EpiAge™, and a personalized TruAge™ Treatment Framework. Contact our Customer Team if you would like to view a sample report.
Customers who purchased the TruAge™ service will be able to add all of our future tests later for an additional fee.
Understanding the Limitations of Your Reports
Is this test a diagnostic?
No, TruDiagnostic reports do not diagnose any health conditions or provide medical advice. These tests are not intended to diagnose a disease, or tell you anything about your risk for developing a disease in the future. On their own, these tests are not intended to tell you anything about the health of your fetus, or your newborn child’s risk of developing a particular disease later in life.
The TruDiagnostic reports help you learn how your epigenetics can influence your chances of developing certain health conditions. Although aging is inevitable, there are steps you can take to support healthy living.
It’s important to understand how lifestyle components can impact your body and its aging process. Several factors that can influence your biological age include toxins, stress, sleep, exercise, diet, alcohol consumption, level of education, and sexual and romantic relationships. Being aware of these factors will allow you to make the right choices to have a better quality life.
These reports make connections between your DNA that may relate to healthy living, however, other epigenetic and non epigenetic factors may affect your biological age. Consult with a healthcare professional before making any major lifestyle changes.