Gut Microbiome


Our intestines are host to trillions of microbes, making it the most diverse microbiome. From the moment we are born, we begin populating our gut microbiome. As we age, the microbiome plays a large part in digestion control, generate metabolites to provide nutrition, and helps train our immune system to protect helpful bacteria and recognize bad bacteria.

Affecting gut health, such as irritable bowel disease and inflammatory bowel disease, the gut microbiome also has an impact on our heart health, lung health and our skin.The gut microbiome is involved in energy acquisition from eating, protection from bad microbes, and the building of vitamins & metabolites that boost our wellness.