Microbiome Gut Explorer Kit

Support your “second brain”  

All neurotransmitters found in the brain are also found in your gut. In fact, bacteria in your gut produce about 50 percent of your body’s dopamine (motivation) and 95 percent of its serotonin (happiness)!  

Balance the environment of your gut 

Bacterial imbalances and chronic inflammation result in mental illnesses of your second brain. These may include diseases like...

  • IBS (too much serotonin)
  • Obesity
  • Mood disorders
  • Arthritis
  • Parkinson’s
  • Alzheimer’s
  • And even autism! 

Help your bacteria work better 

Have antibiotics or lifestyle and food choices created imbalance in your gut? Bacteria, like the rest of the human organism, are very adaptable. New habits can quickly heal an unhealthy gut.

Meet Your Gut

Know Why It's Important

Your body is a diverse community of microscopic life. You have about the same amount of bacteria cells as human cells.

(Trillions of them)

These bacteria in (and on) your body make sure you digest or absorb nutrients.

(Without them, you’d succumb to toxins)

Your gut bacteria affect everything from body composition to cardiovascular function to mood. 

Your Microbiome Explorer Kit monitors your overall gut health and detects the microorganisms causing your gut symptoms and metabolic stress

Simple Way To Analyze It


1. Sample Your Gut From Home

The sample kit contains everything you need to swab and submit your microbiome. Swab the relevant sites to collect your sample then send your kit back.

2. Answer A Short Survey

An online survey lets you ask and answer questions about your health and lifestyle. Then, you can see how you correlate with others and existing peer-reviewed studies.

3. Ship Your Sample To A Fancy Lab

Based on research from the NIH Human Microbiome Project, the technology to perform large-scale microbiome studies. Once your sample is received, it goes in the lab and the magic happens