AgeCheck Man

The AgeCheck Man's check-up can help you to highlight the effects of ageing, but also help to improve your well-being and increase your physical fitness.


What is AgeCheck Man ?

In men, ageing is accompanied by hormonal and metabolic changes that are important to be able to detect in order to prevent their harmful effects.

The AgeCheck Man panel can help you to identify the effects of ageing, but also help to improve your well-being and increase your physical fitness. The dosage of specific biomarkers explores the balance of elements that contribute to the ageing of your body and that can affect your well-being.

What can you expect from AgeCheck Man ?

Ageing is often accompanied by discomforts that can be seen through biological variations: vitamin deficiencies, digestive difficulties, sleep or memory problems… An unbalanced and/or deficient diet, chronic fatigue can be causes of biological dysfunctions and can be accompanied by chronic inflammation, oxidative stress or dysbiosis, alterations that are frequently unknown because they are often silent.

The AgeCheck Man panel consists of nutritional, hormonal and cardiovascular markers likely to reveal a biological imbalance. This information will enable your practitioner to provide you with the best possible support and help you regain your well-being and vitality.

Who is the AgeCheck Man panel for?

This Juvenalis profile is intended for men concerned about maintaining their health at an optimal level and preventing any signs of premature ageing.
Juvenalis advises you to carry it out from the age of 40 onwards to optimise your health and wellness.


CRP Ultrasensitive, Bioavailable testosterone, Pregnenolone sulphate, Free T3 , Lipoprotein(a), Vitamin D, Homocysteine, Coenzyme Q10

More information on AgeCheck Man

Why does the AgeCheck for Man panel include these specific test parametres?

AgeCheck Men brings together parameters that enable the evaluation of basic dysfunctions that may be encountered in a patient who wishes to optimize his state of health and minimise the effects of ageing. We test for:

  • ultra-sensitive CRP, the elevation of which indicates the existence of low-grade inflammation,
  • vitamin D, a significant test due to its multiple implications (osteoarticular/joint health but also immunity, inflammation, mood, cognition, memory…),
  • free T3, representing the biologically active form of thyroid hormones, the level of which depends closely on the conversion of free T4, itself conditioned by a sufficient quantity of co-factors, including vitamin D, present in this profile,
  • coenzyme Q10, a fundamental antioxidant for the body and a protector of the body against free radical attacks,
  • homocysteine, a major player in the methylation processes essential to cellular metabolism, the level of which may reflect a deficiency in vitamins B6, B9 or B12,
  • lipoprotein (a), a cardiovascular risk marker independent of the rest of the cholesterol profile,
  • bioavailable testosterone, a marker for androgenic activity,
  • pregnenolone sulphate, a steroid precursor, an actor in the cognitive process and a marker of mitochondrial activity.

For further reading...

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Arsenault BJ. Exposure to Low Lipoprotein(a) Levels: Key to Healthy Aging?. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2019;74(24):2995-2997.

Gutierrez-Mariscal FM, Coenzyme Q10: From bench to clinic in aging diseases, a translational review. Crit Rev Food Sci Nutr. 2019;59(14):2240-2257.

Song IU, Chung SW, Kim YD, Maeng LS. Relationship between the hs-CRP as non-specific biomarker and Alzheimer’s disease according to aging process. Int J Med Sci. 2015;12(8):613-617.

Canguven O, Talib RA, El Ansari W, Yassin DJ, Al Naimi A. Vitamin D treatment improves levels of sexual hormones, metabolic parameters and erectile function in middle-aged vitamin D deficient men. Aging Male. 2017;20(1):9-16.