Bacteria, Yeast, Parasites, Intestinal Health Biomarkers
You have 2kg’s worth of bacteria, yeast and other microorganisms living in your gut, and they have big impact on your wellbeing. Through measuring levels of these microorganisms—along with key indicators of digestive function—we can work out how your gut is affecting your health.
Use the simple, at-home test kit to collect a sample of your stool (poop).
Return the sample to the lab for analysis and discover which bacteria, yeasts and parasites you have living inside—and how well your digestion is working.
Receive personalised dietary and lifestyle advice to optimise your gut health.
We aim to process and ship orders same day where possible. Please note all orders received after 3.30 pm on a Monday to Thursday will be processed and sent out the next working day.
Friday orders after 3.30pm will be shipped on the following Monday. For next day courier delivery orders must be received by 1.00pm.
For orders placed on Friday before 1.00pm requiring a next day courier you have 2 options; Next Day Saturday which incurs a premium charge or Next Day Standard which will be delivered on the following Monday.
Orders placed after 1.00pm via the courier option will be processed on Monday for Tuesday delivery.
Please note we do not process orders on Saturdays, Sundays or Bank Holidays.
A simple, at-home test kit
Pre-paid return envelope
Easy-to-understand test reports
Personalised nutrition and lifestyle advice
1 x test instructions
1 x request form
1 x stool collector with instructions
2 x test tubes with spoon lid
2 x transport tubes
1 x shipping bag
To make your test results as accurate as possible, it’s important you follow these guidelines.
Follow your normal diet for at least a week before taking the test. Any dramatic changes in diet will lead to skewed results.
Do NOT post samples back on a Friday or Saturday. Samples can only be posted back to the lab on Monday–Thursday.
It’s advisable to hand the samples in at a Post Office branch, rather than simply leaving them in a post box. If the temperature outside is too low or too high, it may damage the sample.