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chronic and persistent inflammation
is a crucial factor in our aging process

Chronic imflammation can contribute to various health problems.
With the suPAR Longevity test, you get a valuable preventive tool that assesses your risk of developing serious illnesses in the next 10 years. Regardless of the test result, you will gain significant insight into your health, allowing you to fine-tune your lifestyle through factors such as diet, exercise, and sleep, promoting a long and healthy life.

about the test

Why is it important to know your inflammation level? 

Inflammation is the root cause of virtually all known chronic diseases. Knowing the level of inflammation in the body is crucial, as excessive and persistent inflammation can indicate potential health issues. It can affect organ function, contribute to chronic diseases, and accelerate the aging process. 


What is a suPAR
 test?
 

suPAR is a revolutionary biomarker that detects a specific protein in the blood associated with chronic inflammation in the body. The test is unique because it not only indicates current inflammation levels but also predicts future health risks, providing valuable insight into long-term health. 

To measure suPAR, a blood sample is taken and analyzed to determine the level of this biomarker. suPAR results can help identify risk factors and guide preventive measures. The lower your suPAR value, the less chronic inflammation you have in your body, reducing the risk of developing diseases over the coming years. A low suPAR level indicates good health and balance with your current lifestyle. Conversely, a high suPAR level indicates a greater chance of developing lifestyle-related diseases, offering a unique opportunity to identify underlying causes early and take proactive steps towards improved health. 

Reduce the risk of future diseases 

suPAR test results allow you to adjust your lifestyle, measuring and documenting the effects of the measures and lifestyle changes you implement. Through unique individual longevity protocols, including diet, exercise, sleep, stress management, and positive lifestyle changes, you can reduce inflammation, improve overall health, and prevent diseases. 

 

How do I take a suPAR test? 

You can book an appointment by emailing info@onethirtylabs.com or through our booking system. If you wish to book online, you first need to register in our booking system and purchase the test before scheduling the actual test. The test is conducted through a blood sample taken by our experienced nurse or doctor. 

If you want to measure the effectiveness of lifestyle changes, we recommend taking a new test after 3-6 months. Based on your test results, we offer a consultation with one of our health advisors who will help you create a personalized plan tailored to your unique goals and desires, seamlessly fitting into your life and routine, regardless of where you start or where you want to go. 

Why is it important to know your inflammation level? 

Inflammation is the root cause of virtually all known chronic diseases. Knowing the level of inflammation in the body is crucial, as excessive and persistent inflammation can indicate potential health issues. It can affect organ function, contribute to chronic diseases, and accelerate the aging process. 


What is a suPAR
 test?
 

suPAR is a revolutionary biomarker that detects a specific protein in the blood associated with chronic inflammation in the body. The test is unique because it not only indicates current inflammation levels but also predicts future health risks, providing valuable insight into long-term health. 

To measure suPAR, a blood sample is taken and analyzed to determine the level of this biomarker. suPAR results can help identify risk factors and guide preventive measures. The lower your suPAR value, the less chronic inflammation you have in your body, reducing the risk of developing diseases over the coming years. A low suPAR level indicates good health and balance with your current lifestyle. Conversely, a high suPAR level indicates a greater chance of developing lifestyle-related diseases, offering a unique opportunity to identify underlying causes early and take proactive steps towards improved health. 

Reduce the risk of future diseases 

suPAR test results allow you to adjust your lifestyle, measuring and documenting the effects of the measures and lifestyle changes you implement. Through unique individual longevity protocols, including diet, exercise, sleep, stress management, and positive lifestyle changes, you can reduce inflammation, improve overall health, and prevent diseases. 

 

How do I take a suPAR test? 

You can book an appointment by emailing info@onethirtylabs.com or through our booking system. If you wish to book online, you first need to register in our booking system and purchase the test before scheduling the actual test. The test is conducted through a blood sample taken by our experienced nurse or doctor. 

If you want to measure the effectiveness of lifestyle changes, we recommend taking a new test after 3-6 months. Based on your test results, we offer a consultation with one of our health advisors who will help you create a personalized plan tailored to your unique goals and desires, seamlessly fitting into your life and routine, regardless of where you start or where you want to go. 

Treatment time

1 hour

Capacity

1 person

Guidance

Before, during and after treatment by our nurse

Private treatment room

Yes

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Freshly washed hair and a cap/ hat

what is the difference between acute and chronic inflammation? 

Acute inflammation is a normal and temporary response to injuries or exercise. For example, when you exercise, muscle tissue may experience small damages, triggering an inflammatory response. This is a protective mechanism aiding the healing process and strengthening the tissue. Healthy inflammation is typically short-lived and beneficial for the body. 

On the other hand, chronic inflammation refers to a prolonged and persistent inflammatory state in the body that does not subside in response to a specific stimulus. This can arise due to various factors such as prolonged infection, autoimmune diseases, stress, or poor lifestyle habits like an unhealthy diet and lack of exercise. Chronic inflammation can be harmful and is associated with an increased risk of various diseases, including cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, and certain cancers. 

 

what is the difference between acute and chronic inflammation? 

Acute inflammation is a normal and temporary response to injuries or exercise. For example, when you exercise, muscle tissue may experience small damages, triggering an inflammatory response. This is a protective mechanism aiding the healing process and strengthening the tissue. Healthy inflammation is typically short-lived and beneficial for the body. 

On the other hand, chronic inflammation refers to a prolonged and persistent inflammatory state in the body that does not subside in response to a specific stimulus. This can arise due to various factors such as prolonged infection, autoimmune diseases, stress, or poor lifestyle habits like an unhealthy diet and lack of exercise. Chronic inflammation can be harmful and is associated with an increased risk of various diseases, including cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, and certain cancers. 

 

the science behind suPAR testing

The suPAR test was developed by Danish company ViroGates and is approved for use in all major clinical laboratories. The test has been used for over 20 years in the Danish and international healthcare system, with scientific support from more than 900 clinical studies, confirming it as one of the world’s most promising prognostic biomarkers across various diseases. Learn more at virogates.dk. . 

the science behind suPAR testing

The suPAR test was developed by Danish company ViroGates and is approved for use in all major clinical laboratories. The test has been used for over 20 years in the Danish and international healthcare system, with scientific support from more than 900 clinical studies, confirming it as one of the world’s most promising prognostic biomarkers across various diseases. Learn more at virogates.dk.