a 90 years lifespan is ahead of you, Solongevity helps you
to fully live it

Age360° Program is the pathway created to counteract the processes of physical and cognitive aging

a 90 years lifespan is ahead of you, Solongevity helps you
to fully live it

The Solongevity project is endorsed by a committee of cutting-edge researchers and in collaboration with the medical-scientific community

An over 90 years lifetime
a 90 years lifespan is ahead of you, Solongevity helps you
to fully live it


Solongevity’s mission is to promote Longevity by leveraging the most advanced medical-scientific research and discoveries in this field.

Solongevity promotes clinical protocols and clinically tested products that allow each person to achieve their maximum potential for health and well-being, preventing risk conditions related to aging diseases.

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Solongevity Vision

Aging is the original sin of all chronical diseases, today it is possible operate an effective medical strategy to maintain or regain an organic youth.

In our vision, tomorrow’s 60-year-olds will have the chance to be today’s 40-year-olds, at the height of their personal and professional lives.

From a biological point of view, aging can be considered a pathology. In fact, medical research has identified the metabolic and immune mechanisms that are damaged over time. The accumulation of these micro-damages triggers physical and cognitive degeneration linked to the advancement of age.

Today we know that it is possible to intervene on these same mechanisms to slow them down and, in some cases, reverse them.

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Age360 Program


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Metabolic Rebalance



Age360° Program is the proposal developed by SoLongevity to fight aging processes, recover and strengthen physical and cognitive abilities, improving the state of health of body and mind and preventing the conditions that lead to the onset of chronic diseases.

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Aging well? It relies also on gut bacteria

the whole set of organisms living in our intestines is called microbiota. Today we know that they are key for health and that they also have a role in the ageing process.

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Metabolism, is it true that it slows down with age?

Yes, while ageing the reactions that occur in the body become less efficient. But through small interventions on nutrition and physical activity it is possible to stimulate it, stopping the aging process and reducing the risk of disease.

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Aging is not only about your DNA.

The genes’ role in the way we age has shrunk in recent years. Much more, in fact, depends on epigenetics, the set of biochemical reactions acting on the genome. Here is what epigenetic ageing is and what we can do to slow it down

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The chronic inflammation that gets us old…

It is known as inflammaging: a state of low grade but chronic inflammation, which damages the body. Studies have shown that it plays an important role in the onset of diseases associated with ageing and in the fragility of older people.

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The SoLongevity Science

Muscles, sarcopenia

Why does strength diminuish with aging?

from 30 to 60 year old, about 7.5 kg of muscle mass is lost in favour of fat mass. This is a physiological phenomenon linked to ageing, which can become pathological. In this case we speak of sarcopenia. Muscle decline, however, can be prevented.

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cognitive ageing, cognitive reserve

Neuro-cognitive age: how the brain changes

Even the brain gets old. The loss of cognitive ability is linked to neurobiological changes, such as the thinning of the cerebral cortex. Today it is possible to measure this process and intervene both to slow it down and to recover what has been lost.

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Alberto Beretta
SoLongevity Chairman & Chief Scientific Officer


SoLongevity was born from the encounter of highly qualified researchers and clinicians

This is why SoLongevity’s Scientific Committee is a cross-disciplinary team, committed to identifying the most effective clinical practices and the most promising medical-scientific research to counteract the processes of senescence. The Scientific Committee is also the garantee of all the products and services proposed within the Solongevity project, developed in collaboration with some of the most important Italian medical-scientific entities.

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