The Viome Blog
The latest ideas, insights, and inspiration, expertly curated to empower you on your health journey. Learn more about systems biology and the many ways the microbiome plays a critical role in your health & wellness.
Nutrition 2.0: Analyzing your biochemical individuality with mathematical precision to serve up your ideal diet
Going beyond today’s Nutrition 1.0, we describe a new nutritional framework that uses chemistry and math to deliver the optimal nutrition for you individually
5 Deliciously Healthy Potluck Recipes to Impress Your Guests
With these hearty salads, kebabs, and main dishes, you've got something for everyone at the next gathering.
Meet ViOS4.0 : Our Latest AI Platform Update Means Greater Benefits for Your Health
We are so excited to announce ViOS4.0, Viome's latest AI platform algorithm.
How Social Connections and Stress Management Transform Your Health
Stress, anxiety and loneliness detrimentally affect our health and wellness. How can we restore our connection to ourselves, and those around us?
10 Simple Yoga Moves to Slow Down the Aging Clock
Incorporate these 10 yoga moves to help increase strength, flexibility and support mental health.
Revitalize Your Tastebuds with 3 Healthy Aging Tea Elixirs
You’ll feel like a magician when you brew up these magical, anti-aging elixirs
The Personalized Breath Mint: Discover the Healthy Benefits of Oral Biotic Lozenges
“Oral health” means so much more than a nice, white smile and fresh breath. That's where Viome's new VRx∙My Biotics Oral Lozenges come to the rescue.
Real Member Questions: Microbial Activity, Probiotics, Supplements for Hair, and More!
Every week, we dive deep into the questions of our community where people like you seek to understand the connections between your body, nutrition, and happiness.
Unseen Bonds: How Relationships and Daily Interactions Influence Our Microbiota
Learn how your microbiota (and your health) can change depending on the people you interact with daily.
10 Things Viome’s Oral Health Intelligence Test Can Tell You
Bacteria in your mouth aren’t just responsible for plaque, cavities, and bleeding gums - they also contribute greatly to our whole body health