Microbiome-based approach on IBS
Over the past decade extensive research has proved that the biological diversity of the gut microbiome and a disruption in the balance of the ecosystem (dysbiosis) play an important role in the pathogenesis of gut diseases.
At ENBIOSIS Biotechnology, we analyze the gut microbiome using artificial intelligence technologies and recommend foods and supplements that can modulate the microbiome and drive it towards a targeted healthier state. We aim to improve the gut microbiome profile by selectively feeding the gut bacteria with the right nutrients and supplements tailored to the individual’s microbiome needs.
IBS clinical study
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), also known as spastic colon, is a functional rather than a structural disorder with a multifactorial pathogenesis. IBS significantly lowers the quality of life of the affected individuals.
IBS is one of the most common chronic functional bowel disorders in adults. 11% of the world’s population is estimated to suffer from IBS. This rate varies between 1.1% and 45.0% on a country-by-country basis.
Our clinical study demonstrated a success rate of 78% on IBS. It is the first and only successful IBS management option that utilized microbiome-specific personalized nutrition recommendations.
Chronic constipation clinical study
Chronic constipation is a condition in which a person has infrequent bowel movements or passes hard stools. It can cause discomfort, bloating, and abdominal pain. While many people suffering from chronic constipation experience it for some time, the majority suffers from this problem for a long time and looks for different alternatives.
This gut problem is very common with a global prevalence of 15%, which can increase by around 30% in the elderly population.
Our clinical study demonstrated a success rate of 83% on chronic constipation. Microbiome modulation through personalized nutrition is an alternative way to deal with constipation.
Multicenter IBS clinical study
Our latest multicenter IBS study demonstrated the superiority of an AI-powered personalized microbiome diet over the FODMAP diet, previously considered the most effective solution for managing IBS. Following the 6-week intervention, we observed improvements in IBS symptoms across all subtypes, increased quality of life, and notable shifts in alpha diversity among patients who followed the personalized microbiome diet. The results of this study have already been presented at prestigious events worldwide.