You will immediately receive results and next steps recommendations.
You will lower your cortisol levels and reduce stress.
Optimizing your body fat percentage will make you feel and look fantastic.
Get the deep, undisturbed sleep you deserve.
You won’t get easily tired anymore.
Increase your stamina and muscle strength to optimize sports or athletic performance.
You will extend your lifespan and stay healthy into your late years.
Support your brain and cognitive functions.
Unlock your full sexual potential and increase your satisfaction.
Alison Levitt, MD, is a dynamic, inspiring holistic medical doctor who is board certified in Family Medicine and specializes in; Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine, Functional Medicine, hyperconcentrated PRP and cell regenerative therapies for facial rejuvenation, aesthetics, sexual health, hair growth and muscle and joint restoration. She is certified in hyperbarics therapy, bioidentical hormone replacement, weight management, IV therapeutic modalities and incorporates mindfulness, and lifestyle transformation techniques in all of her individualized patient care protocols.
She is a published writer, former television personality and passionate speaker in the areas of optimal health, regenerative medicine, longevity, beauty inside and out, nutrition and mind-body medicine.
Dr. Levitt is a contributing author of two medical textbooks, Integrative Medicine, published by Saunders and Complementary and Alternative Secrets, published by Hanley and Belfus. She had a weekly health column in The Gannett Citizen’s Times and has been published in New Life Journal, Natural Health Magazine, Great Smokies’ Medical Digest , Gluten free Living, Health, Experience Life, Minnesota Business Journal and Self magazine.
Dr. Levitt has been known as the ‘Healing Doctor,” a syndicated 24-part television series that aired on ABCaffiliated WLOS and on cable’s Wisdom Channel. The show featured the use of complementary treatments, while empowering its viewers to take control of their health by making wise, health-care decisions.
In her practice Dr. Levitt believes that beauty, health and wellness come from eating well, thinking well and living a healthy well balanced life. She incorporates her traditional training with the most effective natural medicines, regenerative protocols and antiaging technologies to help her patients achieve optimal health and balance of mind, body and spirit. She is known as doctor, medical advocate, healer, health coach and spiritual guide. She is a visionary and an inspiration for all who want to be healthy and to live life to its full potential.
Lauren Klein is a Physician Associate with a passion for a personalized approach to medicine. Specializing in Internal Medicine and Health Optimization for over a decade, Lauren joined Healthy Longevity Clinic to further her efforts on shifting the paradigm from treating diseases to preventing them. Her proactive versus reactive approach focuses on longevity by incorporating genetics, epigenetics, biomarkers, and lifestyle factors to provide precise and individualized interventions to optimize a patients healthspan to match their lifespan.
Lauren is regularly asked to be on the faculty and present on topics at the Age Management Medicine Group (AMMG) and the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M) conferences. Her recent lectures have focused on weight loss, genetics, insulin resistance and preventing diabetes. Lauren has completed various certification programs including Botox for aesthetic enhancements, Dermal Fillers, Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), Hormone Pellet Replacement Therapies, Medical Hair Loss Therapies, Sexual Dysfunction for Men and Women, Weight Loss Management and Mesenchymal Stem Cell (MSCs) therapies (bone marrow and adipose tissue), giving her a unique and well-rounded perspective on patient care. She is certified with FibroScan to detect Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) and Cirrhosis, Morpheus and BTL aesthetic devices including EmSculpt, Emsella and Exilis. She has also been published in several national articles including: “Are you Skinny Fat?” (Shape Magazine) and “What to Know About Antidepressants Before You Think They Just Don’t Work" (NYLON Magazine).
Lauren is licensed to practice in Florida and New York and is certified by the National Commission of Certification of Physician Assistants. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Florida and earned her Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies from Nova Southeastern University.
Marketta is a Medical Assistant/ Phlebotomist with over 5 years of experience. She most recently served as a Phlebotomist with a large national lab. Marketta has excellent communication skills and is committed to improving and enhancing patient lives through supporting effective and compassionate care.
Petr has been a serial tech entrepreneur for more than 33 years. He is building science, funding, and business infrastructure to support faster adoption of health-span improving technologies. He is a founder of Longevitytech.fund, former Entrepreneur in Residence at Singularity University, co-founder of the Longevityforum.eu, board member at Celeris Therapeutics (US), Animal Biosciences (US), AgeCurve (UK), iamYiam (UK).
He helps innovative teams in the Longevity sector grow into confident companies with global ambitions. He advises companies as a mentor at Foresight Institute and On Deck Longevity Biotech.
František has 30 years of experience in top sports, especially in fitness, bodybuilding and athletics. He is a specialist in supplementation of athletes and general population. He is head of the outpatient clinic of nutritional genetics, pharmacogenetics, sports genetics and lifestyle genetics in Prague. He has worked for international pharmaceutical companies (Glaxo, Yamanouchi, Krewel Meuselbach) and genetic laboratories (Vemodia, KitGen).
He collaborates with renowned companies focusing on DNA analysis and telomere biology (DNA Plus, Novogenia, Life Length, T.A. Science). He is a collaborating physician at Medical Support Centre of the Czech Sports Representation. Graduated from Charles University and Military Medical Academy, he completed his medical practice at the Oncology Department of FNHK and at Internal Medicine Department of the Military Hospital in Bratislava. He also studied at FTVS, has a full coaching certification and a course in sports medicine.
In addition to Czech and Slovak, he is fluent in Hungarian and speaks English and German. He is a member of the Czech Society of Sport Medicine and A4M in the USA.
Ann has over 35 years of healthcare experience with a proven record of success in high growth organizations. She is an innovative product leader committed to transforming health to achieve the quadruple aim and passionate about improving the overall patient experience. Most recently, Ann led the development of a collaborative care population health management program designed to identify at risk patients through data analytics and provide clinical interventions to improve health.
Previously, she served as the Chief Operating Officer for an employer based primary care organization with over 100 clinics across the United States. She has work for several insurance companies including Aetna in leadership roles. Ann has a BA in Economics from the University of Colorado.
Dr. Garber has over 37 years of experience in Internal Medicine and Cardiology, in addition to training, research, and development expertise in Regenerative Medicine. Over the past 17 years, he has made a significant contribution to stem cell research, specializing in the exploration and development of stem cell therapies for cardiac disorders, osteoarthritis, and neurological and autoimmune diseases.
Formerly the Director of American Medical Information Group, he now serves as the Medical Director of Regenerative Medicine Madrid and the President of the Spanish Society of Regenerative Medicine and Cell Therapy (SEMERETEC). He also teaches a Master’s degree program in Regenerative Medicine and edits a number of scholarly journals on the subject and director of hyperbaric medicine unit, University Hospital La Zarzuela.
Erik has extensive experience working in the field of personalized medicine and longevity. He played a crucial role in the development of Wild Health, a genomics-based startup that focuses on diet, exercise, sleep, stress, supplementation, and advanced blood panels. This exposure led to great opportunities, including health coaching, training, teaching, program development, and creating resources for patients and providers to streamline workflows. After realizing that medicine was taking a turn, he started focusing on ways to further improve health outcomes and longevity using new research and advanced tools. He believes that people deserve to feel good and enjoy their later years in life. His endless passion, experience, and willingness to help others learn about the exciting potential of longevity medicine led him to his role at HealthyLongevity.clinic. Previous work experience includes working as a Neuro ICU nurse at Mayo Clinic, personal training, and social work for at-risk youth.
Dr. Baroni has over 20 years of consultancy experience in longevity, regenerative and precision medicine. She has a multifaceted understanding of genomics, molecular biology, clinical biochemistry, nutrition, aging markers, hormones and physical training. This background allows her to bridge the gap between longevity basic sciences and evidence-based real interventions, putting them into the clinic, to enhance the healthy aging of people.
She is co-founder of Origen.life. Board member at Breath of Health, BioOx and American Board of Clinical Nutrition. She is Director of International Medical Education of the American College of Integrative Medicine, Professor in IL3 Master of Longevity at Barcelona University and Professor of Nutrigenomics in Nutrition Grade in UNIR University.
Dr. Jensen has a keen special interest in the practice of personalized medicine and its integration with complementary and holistic wellness and proper physician led exercise and nutrition programs. This also includes cosmetic medicine and surgery and the use of adipose derived stem cells in both cosmetic and wound healing procedures.
Dr. Jensen was the Chief Medical Officer of Metamed, a personalized medicine thinktank funded by the Founders of PayPal, Peter Thiel, and Skype, Jaan Tallinn. He was the Strategy and Investment Director for GOCO Hospitality, and continues as clinical advisor to Horwath Health and Wellness globally and on GOCO’s advisory board. Dr. Jensen is a prolific public speaker and has spoken at multiple conferences nationally and internationally, including at the National Conference for the BMA.
Bill Seery is a Longevity Investor, Venture Capitalist, and Entrepreneur with a passion for improving human healthspans. He is also a principal at Longevitytech.fund, and has deep marketing and business development experience, as well as an MBA from NYU.
Bill is excited to be part of the next wave in longevity and is looking forward to the opportunities it will bring.
She is a Rhodes Scholar, Medical Doctor, Regenerative Medicine Thought Leader and Regenerative Artist. She is a polymath uniquely multi-gifted, successful woman not only in her chosen academic field but as a creative talent, innovator and entrepreneur/founder.
Her career 20+ year career in healthcare spans clinical medicine, academic and healthcare consulting in the commercial aspects of medicine in the UK, North America and the Caribbean.
More recently, she has been spearheading the development of the Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine industry in The Bahamas, and is championing the implementation of exponential technology in The Bahamas, the Caribbean and Latin America.
Founder and director of the Institute of Nutrition and Diagnostics. Since 2008 he has been an associate professor at UTB in Zlín. He has 75 WOS articles with over a thousand of citations. He has also contributed to several patents and two monographs.
Since 2001, he has organized an annual international conference on the relationship between nutrition and health called the International Nutrition and Diagnostics Conference.
He has been involved as a researcher in more than 20 publicly funded research projects. He has been nominated for the Minister of Health Award for Health Research and Development.
Kevin Perrott obtained a PhD studying anti-senescent compounds in the Campisi Lab at the Buck Institute during which time he cofounded Oisin Biotechnologies, a company using genetic programming to kill senescent cells. He was a Director and COO of the Methuselah Foundation, Executive Director of the multimillion-dollar Methuselah Mouse Prize, and cofounder of SENS Research Foundation.
In addition to his efforts in the non- and for-profit sectors, he cofounded and is President of the Global Healthspan Institute a government lobby organization. After almost two decades of engagement in the longevity space, he noted that consumers of health technologies have little influence on their development and so created OpenCures to harness the self-interest of individuals to minimize the time to the arrival of interventions in aging.
Dr. Matias Fernandez Viña is a physician and researcher, postgraduated in Regenerative Medicine and Advanced Therapies and Cell Culture from Universidad Abierta Interamericana of Rosario and Universidad Nacional of Cordoba, Argentina. He is a specialist in Clinical Cardiology, graduated in Argentina.
In 2017, he completed an annual fellowship in Regenerative Medicine, Advanced Therapies and Biomedical Research, at the Center for Molecular and Regenerative Biology (CABIMER) and at the Spanish Cellular Therapy Network(TERCEL), in Spain.
In 2018, he completed a fellowship with Dr. Diego Correa ar the University of Miami in the Diabetes Research Institute, and in 2019, he visited as Professor at the Wake Forest Institute in North Carolina, with Dr. Anthony Atala.
He currently works as an assistant professor at the Universidad Abierta Interamericana of Rosario, Argentina and, as a scientific consultant for Regenerative Medicine and Advanced Therapies, in the area of research, application and development with Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSC), Exosomes and Platelet Rich Plasma.
David Furman, PhD is Director of the Stanford 1,000 Immunomes Project at Stanford School of Medicine, Associate Professor at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging and Chief of the AI Platform at the same institute. He obtained his Doctoral degree in immunology (summa cum laude) from the School of Medicine, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, for his work on cancer immune-surveillance.
During his Postdoctoral training at the laboratory of Professor Mark M Davis (Stanford), he conducted cutting-edge research in Data Science and Systems Immunology to predict clinical outcomes using multi-omics technologies in large human cohorts. Dr. Furman was appointed at the Stanford School of Medicine to assume the role of Consulting Professor at the Institute for Immunity, Transplantation and Infection (ITI). Dr. Furman is inventor of over 20 patents and has published dozens of scientific articles with over 6,000 citations in top peer reviewed journals such as The Lancet, Nature Medicine, Cell, etc. Current i10 index of Dr. Furman is 32.
All you want to know about the longevity clinic and healthy aging.
Health decline can start at different ages for different people, and is influenced by various factors such as genetics, lifestyle, and environment. For some people, the health decline starts in the third decade of life, and for others, in the fourth or fifth. The decline can be slower or faster depending on the individual’s lifestyle choices or diseases.
Life expectancy is a statistical measure that estimates how long an individual is expected to live, based on average mortality rates. Longevity refers not only to the length of life but also to the quality of life, and is based on individual parameters such as blood markers or genetics.
Cellular aging is a process by which cells lose their ability to function properly, which leads to the decline of various biological functions. Cellular aging is caused by a combination of genetic and environmental factors, including DNA damage and inflammation, which can lead to the development of age-related diseases such as cancer, heart disease, and Alzheimer’s. You can stop this process through longevity-focused treatments.
Aging is caused by a combination of genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors. You can slow the aging process down, or even reverse it, through lifestyle changes, supplements, and specialized medical treatments. The specific ways to slow down aging differ from person to person because they strongly depend on individual health parameters such as genetic predispositions or epigenetics. Therefore, it’s crucial to start with medical diagnostics and follow professional advice.
To stay young looking, it’s beneficial to adopt a healthy diet, exercise regularly, and monitor blood vitals such as heart rate variability, blood glucose, and blood pressure. Adequate sleep and appropriate sun exposure are also crucial. Additionally, you can incorporate creams or supplements that slow down skin aging. The best solution is to consult your specific biomarkers with a professional. Book a free consultation.
The key to living longer is leading a healthy lifestyle, such as eating a balanced diet, staying physically fit, managing stress and getting enough sleep. However, it strongly depends on your specific genes, epigenetics, blood parameters and much more. Therefore, the most effective solution is to follow a long-term personalized plan based on your health diagnostics and regular check-ups and screenings with a healthcare professional.
There are several ways to determine your biological age. The most reliable methods are telomere length testing, biomarker testing (that includes blood pressure, cholesterol levels, and glucose levels), genetic testing, and epigenetic testing. You can undergo all of these diagnostics in a longevity-specialized laboratory. Book an appointment in our longevity clinic.
Chronological age is the number of years passed since birth. In contrast, biological age is a measure of how well a person’s body is functioning – it takes into account factors such as genetics, lifestyle, and overall health. The gap between the chronological and biological age can be significant, and when it comes to health, biological age is what matters. You can lower your biological age through lifestyle changes, supplements, circadian rhythm optimization, specialized treatments and more.
Healthy aging means that your body stays fully functional, strong, and flexible even as you age. You feel vital, productive and happy, and you don’t suffer from age-related diseases (such as Alzheimer’s or heart conditions). You stay fit and healthy in your 50s, 60s, 70s and even older. It is physically possible to be in your 50s but have the biological age of a 30-year-old and feel better than ever.
Longevity is the ability to live a long and healthy life, which is closely linked to the concept of healthy aging. By utilizing the latest advancements in science, we are able to understand the underlying mechanisms of aging and develop interventions that can promote a longer, healthier lifespan.
Unlike other longevity-focused companies, we offer comprehensive programs that cover all areas of health from advanced diagnostics through exercise and nutrition plans to specialized therapies. Our team consists of medical and scientific experts highly trained in longevity. We have early access to clinical trials and studies, which allows us to use the most advanced diagnostic and treatment tools in longevity medicine, and we collaborate with a network of leading companies in the longevity field to offer the best services available on the market.
After thoroughly analyzing the results of your health diagnostics, longevity experts from our clinic will design a health improvement plan for you. That plan is called Longevity Roadmap.
The plan includes specific actions and interventions for the improvement of your health, based on the results of the medical tests you take at the clinic. It includes:
Yes, all diagnostics and treatments are done in person at one of our longevity clinics. However, all consultations with professionals can be done online, if it suits you better.
Prices depend on the membership you choose: Essential, Optimal, or Elite Longevity. Learn more about pricing in our brochure.