Viome Gut Intelligence Test
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“Healthy foods might be hurting you” learn which ones with a science-based, at-home microbiome test.
How it Works
We believe there is no one-size-fits-all diet for your good health. After all, one man's food is another man's poison. All it takes is three easy steps:
Step 1 - We send your easy to use at-home kit to collect your sample.
Step 2 - We analyze your sample in order to understand what nutrients and toxins are being produced by your gut microbiome.
Step 3 - Your food recommendations are delivered straight to your app!
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Register your kit, collect your sample, and complete your questionnaires.
Send your sample off to our state-of-the-art laboratory for analysis.
Your recommendations are delivered right to you through your Viome app, tablet, and computer.
Why We Do It
One man's food is another man's poison.
While we humans share more than 99% of our DNA, tremendous diversity exists among us when it comes to our unique gut microbiome, the cornerstone of our health and the "second brain" of our bodies. Because no two people digest food the same way, a food that may be healthy for one person may cause inflammation in another.
Analyzing the function of your microbes allows us to identify what metabolites they're producing so we can provide food recommendations that are right for your body.
Your Body Is Unique.
Why Shouldn't Your Diet Be Too?
Fad diets have been disappointing people since the dawn of time. And now we know why. Our bodies are incredibly unique and they are constantly evolving. Nothing works for everyone, all of the time. Fad diets have failed us as individuals. It's time we started getting personal, with a little help from science.
Our focus is on the 40 trillion microbes that live inside your gut microbiome- the cornerstone of your metabolism health, hormone health, skin health, immune system response, mental acuity, and your mood. With your recommendations, you'll make informed decisions on what to eat based on your unique gut chemistry.
The sample you take is sent to the state-of-the-art Los Alamos National Laboratory, where is processed and sequenced.
From there, Artifical Intelligence & the questionnaire you filled out are then used in conjunction to create your personalized results and recommendations.
Example Viome Results & Recommendations
Did you know that scientists can look at your gut microbiome composition and tell with 90% accuracy if you are obese or lean? Scientists have also discovered that certain gut microbes help shape your body and keep obesity at bay which means if you're having trouble losing weight, your microbiome could be the culprit.
Viome’s metatranscriptomic technology has allowed us to identify microbial pathways and functions of your gut, specifically those that influence weight loss or gain.
If you think the brain is doing most of the talking, think again. It turns out the microbiome has a lot to say, through the use of neurotransmitters, hormones, proteins, and other communication factors to talk to your brain. Your microbes influence how you feel, your emotions, and your happiness in a very real and tangible way.
Gas, bloating, and other common digestive issues can be caused by an imbalance in your microbiome. Determining which foods cause your tummy troubles is a tedious process and just because you identify a food or two that induces bloating, it doesn’t mean you’ve corrected the underlying problem. This is because gas and bloating can occur when levels of microbial byproducts such as methane and hydrogen ramp up. Viome analyzes your microbiome and recommends the foods that you as an individual should be eating or avoiding in order to optimize your gut microbiome and help in the fight against digestive issues.
If you’ve struggled with acne, rosacea, eczema, psoriasis or any other skin condition, you know firsthand how frustrating, uncomfortable, and embarrassing they can be. When we begin to dig deeper into the science around the gut-skin axis, it becomes quite clear that healthy skin starts with a healthy gut.
When you stop and think about it, this connection actually makes a lot of sense. Your skin is the lining that interacts with the world around you, while your gastrointestinal tract deals with everything you eat, breathe, and swallow. The foods you eat are metabolized and by-products from food breakdown are directly available to your skin. This is why what you eat has so much influence over your skin’s appearance.