A diverse and balanced microbiome community based on proper nutrition is important to ensure good health and achieve the desired weight. Intestinal microbiome analysis allows for informed nutrition and helps prevent disease and health problems.

The test provides answers to:

• What bacteria are found in the gut?
• How do intestinal bacteria affect the body?
• Are there too many harmful bacteria in the gut?
• Do intestinal bacteria contribute to obesity?
• Is there a balance between diet and bacterial community, or should dietary habits be changed?
• How to achieve a balanced community of intestinal bacteria?


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Microbiome analysis is simple. The test is performed on a stool sample that can be taken comfortably at home. It is recommended to order at least two analyzes. The first sample should be given with a normal diet and the second with a change in eating habits and lifestyle within 1-2 months, but not later than 6 months after the initial test.

After ordering, we will send you a sampling kit and detailed instructions for taking a sample. We will release the results within 15-20 working days.

What is a microbiome?

Over the last decade, knowledge about the microorganisms in our bodies has grown exponentially. It has now been shown that there are almost as many microorganisms in our body as there are cells in our body – about 37 trillion. The most diverse community of microorganisms is in our gut and is called the gut microbiome.

A set of microorganisms (and microbial genes) that live on and inside an organism.
The number of microbial and body cells in humans is similar – 1013
Microorganisms are found in all areas of the body in contact with the environment – skin, mucous membranes, intestines
The most diverse community in the gut

Development of intestinal microbiome

The first microbes in the fetus
Increased exposure to bacteria in the mother’s birth canal
A permanent microbiome community develops during the first three years of life
The human then receives the bacteria mainly from food and the environment
Food has the greatest effect on the stable microbiome community
Drugs and antibiotics upset the microbiome community

Why is an intestinal microbiome important?

The microbiome is closely linked to the human body and health

Microbes have 150x more genes than humans

What happens when the gut microbiome is out of balance?

Diseases and other health problems
Intestinal diseases
Heart disease
Digestive problems
Immune system diseases, allergies
Nerve diseases

What can a person do to keep the microbiome community in balance?

Healthy and varied diet
Microbes break down fibers into important signaling molecules for metabolism and the immune system
Active lifestyle

Intestinal microbiome condition

The test provides information about the number of bacteria in your gut and instructions on how to achieve a balanced bacterial population. A disrupted microbiome community can lead to various diseases and other health problems such as obesity, digestive problems, type II diabetes, and so on.


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