The Gastrointestinal Health Tests

A. GI Flora Test

Assess the gut probiotics types and content 

     Optimize the composition and content of bacteria

Evaluate the GI development 

     Through GI vitality test to assess the GI development

• Find the suitable food for digestion and absorption 

     The different gut type need the different diet, identify your gut type and find what you should eat or avoid

• Assess the change of the gut health status 

      Monitoring and optimizing your gut bacteria population to reduce disease risk

 

B. Personalized Neutrition Plan

Type

Content

Result

Suggestion

Probiotics

Lactobacillus

Low

Eating high dietary fiber foods and probiotic supplement


Bifidobacterium

Low

Eating high dietary fiber foods and probiotic supplement

Harmful Bacteria


Klebsiella

High

Avoid fatty and flatulence-producing foods. Eating low fatty and low fiber foods and probiotic supplement

Shigella

High

Increase probiotics to inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria. Take vitamin B1 and B2 to enhance immunity and Spirulina help to heal damaged mucosa

Gut vitality

Low

Your GI vitality is low compared to people of the same age, which means that there are fewer species in the GI, and the GI is less resistant to foreign bacteria entering the intestine. It is recommended to increase the type of dietary foods or dietary fiber supplement, and species diversity of Intestinal Flora.

Food digestion

Protein/Fat

High

Capability of protein and fat digestion is high. Eating too much of this kind of food increase the risks of overweight and related complication (e.g. hypertension, diabetes).

Dietary Fiber

Medium

Carbohydrates

Medium