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Ecosystem In Your Body:
Microbiome

Our body is home to trillions of microorganisms that accompany us from the moment we are born and have indisputable importance on our health and quality of life.

Not a long while ago, science has started to discover the mirable secrets of the microbial worlds, bacteria, fungi, and viruses, in our bodies.

Our microbiome is born, grows up, gets older and dies with us. Throughout our lifetime, it coworks for our vital activities, shares our food and drugs, fights against diseases beside us, and continually communicates with our body and brain.

Literally partnering our lives and health, the microbiome plays a crucial role in the genesis of several chronic diseases as well as in the regulation of our metabolism.

"Your microbiome is like your ID card"
For your microbiome health, there should be solutions specific to you.
Which Diseases Are Associated With Microbiome?
The balance of good and bad bacteria in the gut causes problems such as constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating, and indigestion. Making the microbiome healthy is crucial for solving these problems.
There are bacteria in the gut that support the weight loss process. Increasing the number of these bacteria and maintaining the balance of these bacterias is very important to fight against obesity.
Some bacteria in the gut produce metabolites that protect people against diseases. The decrease in the number of these bacteria adversely affects the immune system. With the balance of the microbiome, you can increase your resistance to diseases by strengthening the immune system.
The reason for insomnia or other sleep problems may be due to the decrease in the number of bacteria in the gut that produce metabolites associated with sleep quality. The sleep cycle can be regulated by increasing the number of these bacteria and achieving microbiome balance.
There is a two-way communication network between the intestines and the brain. The trillions of bacteria in the microbiome can affect mood and thoughts. For this reason, having a healthy microbiome balance is crucial for solving psychological problems.
There is a significant relationship between skin problems such as acne, eczema, psoriasis, and urticaria and the bacteria in the gut. A healthy microbiome is important for solving these problems.
Some bacteria in the gut produce metabolites that protect people against diseases. The decrease in the number of these bacteria adversely affects the immune system. With the balance of the microbiome, you can increase your resistance to diseases by strengthening the immune system.
There are bacteria in the gut that support the weight loss process. Increasing the number of these bacteria and maintaining the balance of these bacterias is very important to fight against obesity.
A bidirectional communication network exists between the microbiome and the brain. This axis, which is connected with the vagus nerve, communicates not only through neurotransmitters but also through hormones and peptides. The trillions of bacteria in your microbiome can not only affect your emotions, but also affect what you think.
The reason for insomnia or other sleep problems may be due to the decrease in the number of bacteria in the gut that produce metabolites associated with sleep quality. The sleep cycle can be regulated by increasing the number of these bacteria and achieving microbiome balance.
The balance of good and bad bacteria in the gut causes problems such as constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating, and indigestion. Making the microbiome healthy is crucial for solving these problems.
There is a significant relationship between skin problems such as acne, eczema, psoriasis, and urticaria and the bacteria in the gut. A healthy microbiome is important for solving these problems.
There is a two-way communication network between the intestines and the brain. The trillions of bacteria in the microbiome can affect mood and thoughts. For this reason, having a healthy microbiome balance is crucial for solving psychological problems.
Science Behind The ENBIOSIS

We examine and interpret the human gut microbiome with the science and technology we have.

We explore the human gut microbiome with the next-generation sequencing method. With our microbiome-specific algorithms and the power of artificial intelligence technology, we identify the nutrients your microbiome needs to turn nutrients into medicine.

We continue to work every day to provide you personalized health solutions based on the microbiome.

MANAGE YOUR MICROBIOME!
It is now up to you to know, protect,
and manage the ecosystem in your body with the science and technology we offer you!