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With your help, we’re getting closer to understanding the critical role gut health plays in the root cause of nearly every chronic disease. Our unwavering commitment to you is to continue pushing the boundaries of what many believe to be possible by applying revolutionary technologies to predict, prevent and reverse chronic diseases using food as medicine. Join the movement. Every gut counts!
We identify and quantify the living microorganisms in your gut microbiome, analyze what these organisms are producing, and provide you with personalized nutrition recommendations that help you optimize your gut microbiome.
Did you know that scientists can look at your gut microbiome composition and tell with 90% accuracy if you are obese or lean? Scientists have also discovered that certain gut microbes help shape your body and keep obesity at bay which means if you're having trouble losing weight, your microbiome could be the culprit.
If good sleep is eluding you, your gut may have the answers. Several species of bacteria may actually contribute to your body's supply of melatonin, which influences the sleep-wake cycle.
If you think the brain is doing most of the talking, think again. It turns out the microbiome has a lot to say. Through the use of neurotransmitters, hormones, proteins, and other communication factors, your gut can send messages directly to your brain. Your microbes influence how you feel, your emotions, and your happiness in a very real and tangible way.
Gas, bloating, and other common digestive issues can be caused by an imbalance in your microbiome. Determining which foods cause your tummy troubles is a tedious process and just because you identify a food or two that induces bloating, it doesn’t mean you’ve corrected the underlying problem. This is because gas and bloating can occur when levels of microbial byproducts such as methane and hydrogen ramp up.
When your gut microbiome is off balance it can cause inflammation and outward reactions that show up through your skin. This imbalance is called dysbiosis and has been linked to all sorts of skin conditions such as: acne, rosacea, eczema, psoriasis, and more.
Your gut has been shaped your entire life by such things as how you were birthed, to what kind of milk you drank as an infant, how much sleep and exercise you get, your level of chronic stress, and by what you’ve been ingesting—food, drink, and medication. All of these factors are unique to you. For this reason, your unique set of gut microbes needs a unique set of recommendations so that they can help you.
Register your kit, collect your sample, and complete your questionnaires.
Send your sample off to our state-of-the-art laboratory for analysis.
Your recommendations are delivered right to you through your Viome app, tablet, and computer.
While we humans share more than 99% of our DNA, tremendous diversity exists among us when it comes to our unique gut microbiome, the cornerstone of our health and the "second brain" of our bodies. Because no two people digest food the same way, a food that may be healthy for one person may cause inflammation in another.
Analyzing the function of your microbes allows us to identify what metabolites they're producing so we can provide food recommendations that are right for your body.
The foods we recommend on each list are intended to help your microbiome stimulate the production of healthy nutrients that your body needs right now and minimize the toxins being produced which may be causing inflammation inside your body.
Get to the bottom of what foods are right for you and discover how optimizing the activity of your gut can dramatically improve the condition of your health.
Lists of foods to enjoy, minimize, or avoid and why
Tips on food prep and serving sizes
Recommendations for probiotics & supplements only if you need them
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Viome’s results gave me actionable recommendations that I could implement in my diet with a few simple changes—as well as a new gratitude for my body an the little microbial friends in my gut.
— Forbes • Read full article →
Each person has a unique combination of microorganisms in their gut. These microorganisms affect how you metabololize food, so the foods that are healthy for me might not be healthy for you.
— marie claire • Read full article →
Viome combines the results of a simple stool sample with artificial intelligence to make custom suggestions for a user's diet and lifestyle, and potentially flag if the person's at risk for certain illnesses.
— Inc. • Read full article →
Viome uses an analysis of the microorganisms in your gut microbiome, as well as your metabolism and the proteins in your blood to make create personalized dietary recommendations.
— Los Angeles Times • Read full article →
— Naveen Jain, CEO
The healthcare system today is reactive and set up to suppress symptoms. We believe that the focus should be more on the cause. We are a passionate team of researchers, scientists and entrepreneurs focused on having the most complete understanding of the human body on a molecular level, targeting the underlying cause of illness and empowering every human to take ownership of his or her own health. We started with the microbiome, the body’s richest source of microbes, because of its impact on nearly every chronic disease.