ENBIOSIS offers you a detailed microbiome analysis report with its artificial intelligence powered new generation technology. As a result of this analysis, you can see the current state of your gut microbiome and the health parameters.
The type and quantity of bacteria that share our lives in our intestines are important for our health status. And it gives important clues about our quality of life. So much so that in the very near future, just by examining the microorganisms in the feces; it will be possible to make early detection of many diseases.
Our lifestyle and the environmental factors we are exposed to change our gut microbiome. Thus, the microbiome structure of each of us becomes unique. It is known that these changes in our gut microbiome over time also affect our health from different angles.
An unhealthy microbiome profile also negatively affects our overall health. In this case, we need to bring our intestinal bacteria to the most ideal and healthy profile. Getting to know our microbiome structure will be the first step on this path. The next step is to start consuming the most suitable nutrients for our microbiome structure and in the right portions also. Thus, we can protect ourselves from diseases and improve our quality of life.
We are preparing the microbiome analysis report for you to get to know your gut bacteria better and discover how this bacterial world affects your health. What awaits you in this report?
- The diversity of your unique microbiome
- Which bacteria are living in your body (taxonomic analysis)
- The statistics of healthy individuals whose microbiomes are similar to yours
- The gut microbiome scores that provide important information about your health.
The diversity of bacteria is very important for your intestinal health. Of course, in this bacterial diversity, healthy bacteria should be the majority. With this analysis report, you will first find out whether the bacterial diversity is sufficient. In addition, this report will also show you which bacteria are present in your intestine and the characteristics of your existing bacteria.
Some parameters that are important for your health will be compared with other samples in our biobank. So that you can clearly see your own condition. The purpose of this report is to introduce you to the structure of the microbiome in a general and detailed way. You will also find in your report an individual nutrition guide based on your microbiome profile.
Modules of the ENBIOSIS Microbiome Analysis Report
There are trillions of bacteria living in our intestines. Microbiome diversity gives important informations about the bacteria in our intestines;
- Number of bacterial species
- How many different types of bacteria are there
- Whether bacteria are uniformly distributed in the intestine
As the microbiome diversity increases, metabolic activity in the intestine also increases. For this reason, increasing the diversity of the microbiome means being healthier for us. The diversity score found in the ENBIOSIS microbiome analysis report, shows how your microbiome diversity is compared to the general society.
In the microbiome analysis report, you can find the distribution of bacteria;
From these distribution graphs, you can evaluate your own profile in comparison with the profile of the general society and healthy individuals.
You can compare the amount and rate of bacteria that are known as beneficial for your health with the community average. Thus, it is also possible to evaluate your own microbiome in an objective way.
Individuals whose intestinal profiles are largely close to each other also have similar health conditions. In the ENBIOSIS microbiome analysis report, you can see the health statistics of the individuals whose profile is most similar to you. By looking at these statistics, you can also assess the potential health risks.
The general health conditions of individuals whose intestinal profile is parallel are also similar to each other. In the mi
crobiome analysis report, the health statistics of the individuals whose profile is most similar to you from the samples in our database are presented. By looking at these statistics, you can also assess the potential health risks.
The microbiome structure that begins to form in the womb becomes different as we age. And also our microbiome ages with us. The fact that our microbiome age is smaller or larger than our biological age is due to our living conditions and eating habits. As we age, the changes that occur in the structure of the microbiome are so pronounced that it may also be possible to determine the biological age of an individual by looking at the bacteria there.
ENBIOSIS’ microbiome age prediction algorithm compares your microbiome with society normals. And it reveals at what age individuals show more similarities with your microbiome. Accordingly, it is possible to decide that your microbiome is older or younger than your biological age.
Recent studies show that bacteria, which are predominantly found in the young microbiome profile, also have anti-aging effects by making the metabolism of individuals healthy.
With recent scientific studies, it has been discovered that certain health parameters are closely related to the microbiome. Thus, it is possible to make accurate estimates by looking at the amount of bacteria related to the relevant health parameter in the intestinal microbiome.
ENBIOSIS used detailed health data from 30,000 people while developing microbiome analysis, which reveals health parameters from the intestinal bacterial profile of individuals
In order to understand how the ENBIOSIS Microbiome Analysis Report makes this assessment, we should first mention the parameters that are related to the general health status and have a close connection with the bacteria in our intestines.
Carbohydrate, Protein and Fat Metabolisms
Our gut microbiome and metabolism are to decide how carbohydrates, proteins and fats, will be processed in our body and converted into energy.Therefore, by looking at our microbiome profile, it can be estimated how our energy metabolism works.
As a result of the analysis, the scores evaluating carbohydrate, protein and fat metabolisms and how your score is according to the community average are presented.
Body Mass Index
Measurable differences have been identified in the microbiome of people in the categories of underweight, normal weight, overweight or obese. The intestinal microbiome significantly controls the way in which the nutrients that our body receives are converted into energy.
Based on this, it is possible to estimate how conductive a person’s intestinal microbiome is to weight gain or weight loss. With the body mass index score, it is revealed how favorable a microbiome is for losing or gaining weight.
Antibiotics, which are in the form of medicines or as additives in the foods we consume, damage the intestinal bacteria.The antibiotic damage score shows how similar your microbiome and the microbiome structures that have changed as a result of antibiotic damage are to each other.
The regular and healthy movement of the intestine actually affects the defecation pattern, the health of the digestive system and the health of the metabolism. Studies have shown that the structure of the microbiome has a great influence on intestinal motility.
The “intestinal motility score” obtained as a result of microbiome analysis shows how healthy your microbiome structure controls your intestines.
In scientific studies conducted with individuals who cannot digest gluten, it has been shown that the intestinal microbiome is an important risk factor in triggering, emergence or progression of sensitivity.
Disruption of the balance and diversity of microbiome bacteria can cause gluten sensitivity. The sensitivity score found in the analysis report provides information about the risk of gluten sensitivity.
We know that the microbiome profiles of individuals who cannot digest lactose are differentiated according to the microbiome profiles of healthy individuals. However, with the correct nutrition of the microbiome, the symptoms of sensitivity can be reduced. The sensitivity score presented as a result of the analysis shows how similar your microbiome structure is to lactose intolerant individuals.
In scientific studies conducted in recent years, it has been revealed that the intestinal microbiome profiles of many individuals with autoimmune diseases are different from healthy individuals.
It is known that the emergence of autoimmune diseases is caused by microbiome imbalance.
Thanks to artificial intelligence technology, alleviating the symptoms of individuals with autoimmune disease has become much more accessible and easier. To give an example of these developments, we will;
- Comparison of microbiome structures of healthy individuals and individuals with autoimmune diseases,
- To evaluate the effects of microbiome on autoimmune harvest
The microbiome analysis report compares your microbiome profile with the microbiome structures of individuals with autoimmune diseases. And if you are at risk of autoimmune diseases, it allows you to know about it in advance.
The amount of bacteria living in our intestines is important, as well as how much our body can benefit from these bacteria.
The score that we can see the effects of bacteria on our body is the probiotic microorganism score.
When sugar consumption is examined in individuals, we can clearly see that high sugar consumption damages the structure of the intestinal microbiome.
With the sugar consumption score, you can find out how similar your microbiome profile is to individuals with high sugar consumption throughout society and how much damage it causes to your bacteria.
Artificial Sweetener Damage
Artificial sweeteners are perceived as calorie-free because they are indigestible. However, they are actually not as innocent as they seem, as they damage the intestinal wall and microbiome bacteria along the digestive tract.
It has even been revealed that this damage may play a role in the formation of chronic conditions such as metabolic syndrome. With the microbiome analysis report, you can see how similar your microbiome structure is to the profile of individuals who often use artificial sweeteners, so you can see to what extent sweeteners cause damage to your microbiome.
Quality of Sleep
Due to the role of the intestinal microbiome in communication with the brain and the regulation of the biological clock, the microbiome profile has a direct relationship with the physiology of sleep.
The microbiome profile has a direct impact on sleep regulation. This is due to the influence of the intestinal microbiome on the regulation of the biological clock.
How favorable a healthy microbiome structure is on quality sleep can be measured by the scores in the report.
Synthesis of Vitamins
It has been known for a long time that many vitamins that are known to be necessary for our health are synthesized by intestinal bacteria and absorbed by the intestine. This score shows you how your bacteria responsible for vitamin biosynthesis are compared to society.
The structure of the microbiome greatly affects our health, and we can shape this structure. There are many methods, including nutrition style, to improve our quality of life by shaping the microbiome profile. However, these methods vary from person to person. Because everyone’s microbiome structure is special to them, and burning this special structure is the beginning of change. ENBIOSIS microbiome analysis offers you the key to this change.