New abstract published in Immunity & Ageing;
"Healthy lifestyles reduce suPAR and mortality in a Danish general population study" by Haupt T.H. et al.

suPAR is like an early-warning signal; if you change your lifestyle, you can change your suPAR level, and your suPAR level is predictive of your risk of mortality.

Conclusion:

“Lifestyle has a considerable impact on suPAR levels; the combination of unhealthy habits was associated with 44% higher 5-year suPAR values and the 5-year suPAR was a strong predictor of mortality, irrespective of lifestyle.
We propose suPAR as a candidate biomarker not only for lifestyle changes, but also for the subsequent risk of mortality.”

Link to abstract here and free download of publication