Microbiome Test

Microbiome Test

What is the microbiome?


In simple terms, the microbiome is the ecosystem of microbes and bacteria that live in your gut — 100 trillion of microbes!

At least 70% of your immune system lives in your gut and it produces 95% of the hormone serotonin, which regulates mood, sleep, libido and digestion.

It’s as diverse as the Amazon rainforest’s species, all with different functions, and your health is dependent upon it’s diversity and vibrancy.

About Microbiome

Follow your unique gutmap to optimise health and wellbeing

“All disease starts in the gut”

Modern diet and lifestyles can have negative effects on health.

YourGutMap uses laboratory tests and artificial intelligence softwares to unlock key health data from within your body. Modern diets, lifestyles and medication can cause imbalances in the microbiome – which are linked to chronic inflammation, and metabolic dysfunction – two key influences of many health problems.

It measures 15 bacteria such as Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium, Akkermansia muciniphila and Faecalibacterium prausnitzii.

 

Rebalancing your microbiome made easy.

£300

Microbiome Test

"All disease starts in the gut" If you're having issues why not start today?

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Any recommendations on this site are purchased and taken at your own risk. Kelly Ryan accepts no responsibility for any issues arising from any recommended product on this site. You should always contact your GP if you have any questions prior to taking any supplements and supplements are never to be taken as an alternative to a healthy and balanced diet and lifestyle.

Please. note: Colonic Hydrotherapy is not in any way intended as a ‘cure’ or ‘medical’ treatment. It should not be seen as an alternative to seeing your GP if you have any health concerns. Neither is intended to infer or imply symptoms of IBS or other bowel conditions will be solved.

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