Precision Probiotics +


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Currently only available in the US with the exception of New York

You’ll receive anywhere between 8-16 well-studied probiotic strains, informed by your test and designed to help:

  • Support better digestion
  • Support improved motility and regularity
  • Guard against leaky gut
  • Support microbes that help you fight off bad bacteria
  • Promote the production of beneficial nutrients in your body

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What’s included:

Your Gut Intelligence™ Test

Gut Health

The Gut Intelligence™ Test is our foundational test for those who want to focus primarily on optimizing gut health. You'll receive 20+ health scores that break down the health of your gut microbiome and provide the basis for your personalized food recommendations and Probiotic + Prebiotic blend.

Unlike most gut health tests, we go beyond the industry standard of simply identifying which microbes are in your microbial ecosystem and instead, focus on helping you understand how their activities are connected with your health. Your food recommendations and biotic blend are designed to target suboptimal microbial activities and help you rebalance your gut and restore your health.

See all Gut Intelligence health scores

Your Precision Probiotics + Prebiotics

1 stick pack per day | Delivered monthly

Viome’s Probiotics + Prebiotics are expertly selected for your gut microbiome to improve digestive health, reduce gut permeability, and support healthy immune function. Depending on your unique microbial activity, your personalized blend will include 8-16 well-studied probiotic strains in your formula.

We’ll also match you with the most effective combination of prebiotic fibers to help with butyrate production, immune function, address gas production, and more.

  • Free shipping
  • 30-day supply delivered monthly
  • Pause subscription anytime

Interested in receiving your
own supplement formula with
your biotics?

Supplement capsules are formulated uniquely for every customer.

Ingredients with intention

When it comes to choosing probiotics and prebiotics for your gut microbiome, more isn't necessarily always better. Our Gut Intelligence Test is the world’s first and only gut health test to analyze microbial activities and their impact on your health to understand which probiotic strains and combination of prebiotic fibers will be most helpful to you right now.

Start with your test

  1. Test at home
  2. Results & recommendations within 2-3 weeks
  3. Within 2 weeks of receiving your results, your formula will be created, prepared, and shipped to your door.

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Signs of dysbiosis and microbial imbalance

Excessive bloating, gas, heartburn, stomach pain, irregular bowel movements, constipation, low energy, sleep disturbances, and itchy skin are just a few of the signs your gut could be off balance. The trillions of bacteria in your gut are essential for full-body health, and when their environment is disturbed, symptoms can begin to manifest. Our gut microbes help our body by breaking down hard-to-digest foods, neutralizing toxins, and converting compounds into beneficial nutrients for our body. They also direct and accept signals inside us that interact with our immune system and brain. Without them, our ability to thrive would be impossible.

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Seeding your gut microbiome

Eating nutritious foods that are right for your microbiome promotes healthy digestion and metabolism of nutrients to better manage inflammation and wear and tear on your cells. For some, it can take time to promote these beneficial changes in the gut microbiome. Boosting healthy gut activity might require additional resources for quicker results, such as increasing or repopulating your gut with beneficial bacteria like probiotics.

In a relationship with bacteria

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Choosing the right ones for you

Doctor-recommended probiotic brands, over-the counter (OTC) probiotics, and various dietary supplements for gut health are designed for the masses. The problem is that every person has a unique gut microbiome, made up of trillions of different microbes, considered both harmful and beneficial depending on what they do and produce in your gut.

New studies suggest that a probiotic considered beneficial to one person might adapt and become harmful to another. Testing your gut microbiome with Viome is the best way to find out what probiotics you need for optimal gut health.

What are probiotics?

Probiotic means “for life.” These microorganisms are alive and can help support your digestive health, boost your immune system, rebalance your gut microbiota, and support many more health functions. 



Friendly carbs with big benefits

When we feed our beneficial microbes prebiotic-rich meals, they can convert this fiber into butyrate and other short-chain fatty acids that our own cells need but cannot produce themselves. This is your classic example of a symbiotic relationship. We consume something we can’t digest that our gut microbes love, and they convert it into something good for our bodies.

We’ll match you with the most effective combination of prebiotic fibers based on your test results to help with butyrate production, immune function, address gas production, and more.

What are prebiotics?

Prebiotics are hard-to-digest carbohydrates found in many fruits and vegetables. They are a source of food for your gut's beneficial bacteria and fuel the health benefits of probiotics. Prebiotics do more than just support our gut lining – the microbes that favor them tend to be commensal microbes that promote a more balanced ecosystem.

How it works


The results from your Gut Intelligence Test integrate over 20 subscores that reflect the current state of your gut health and assess your gut's pathogenic status, microbial activities, butyrate production, oxalate metabolism, intestinal barrier health, and more.

Your ingredients

When it comes to probiotics, more isn’t necessarily better. Is your gut microbiome producing chemicals that cause inflammation such as LPS, sulfide, or ammonia? Is it producing enough nutrients that your body needs such as butyrate, serotonin, and other vitamins?

This test will reveal what foods are good for you and what foods you need to avoid to improve gut health. In addition to your monthly probiotics and prebiotics, you’ll receive recommendations for vitamins, herbs, food extracts, enzymes, minerals, and amino acids based on your test results.

See all Gut Intelligence health scores

Your blend delivered monthly

When you retest, your blend may be updated to reflect your new test results.

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Gastrointestinal & Bloating Support

Probiotics and prebiotics have been shown to help restore the balance in your gut. These microbes help you digest food and outcompete harmful organisms. Together, these functions can help your body break down food and reduce the level of gases produced in the intestinal tract. This can alleviate uncomfortable issues like gas, bloating, and watery stools.

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Boosting Richness & Diversity

Microbiome richness and diversity are two important concepts that help define how balanced or stable your microbial ecosystem is:

– Richness is the total number of bacterial species in your gut microbiome.

– Diversity is the amount of individual bacteria from each of the bacterial species present in your gut microbiome.

Adding to the richness and diversity of your microbiome can create a more capable and resilient community.

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Motility & Regularity Support

The natural movement of food through our digestive tract shares similarities and differences in each person. However, a regular bowel movement is often considered a hallmark of digestive health. Many factors may contribute to your digestive system's natural motility and regularity, such as exercise, fiber intake, hydration, and stress. Studies have also suggested that promoting a balanced gut microbiome can also support the body’s efficiency in digesting food and lead to healthier, more regular bowel movements.

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Gut-Brain Health

Our microbiomes constantly create essential compounds that support our whole body’s health. This includes vital molecules that support brain function, such as many of our neurotransmitters. An unhealthy microbiome may interrupt normal signals, lead to brain fog, disruptions to mood, and even make concentrating more difficult. Diversifying and balancing these ecosystems can often alleviate those effects.

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Gut-Immune Health

70% of our immune system is housed within the gut. This makes our microbiome very important in regulating and even supporting our body’s natural immune response. Various chemical signals from our microbiome can aid in our immune system. Conversely, an unhealthy gut (and gut microbiome) can also activate or stimulate a prolonged immune response, causing lingering effects that alter our metabolism, digestion, and the production of essential nutrients to our body.

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Gut-Skin Health

A healthy gut microbiome can have far-reaching effects, even influencing the various microbes that live on our skin. Many issues from the skin may find their roots in an imbalance within the gut, causing an immune response that can change internal conditions making the skin more supportive of harmful microorganisms. Helping the gut increase its microbial richness, diversity, and stability can also transfer to the skin for clear and glowing skin.

Probiotic Strain Validation

Our probiotic strains are hand selected by our scientists based on extensive clinical data generated at academic and research institutions. Each strain is assessed for efficacy and viability to ensure survivability to bypass the acidic environment of the stomach and for product to remain shelf stable (no refrigeration necessary).

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Strict standards for quality and purity

Every ingredient must comply with strict specifications, which are verified through analytical and purity testing performed by qualified and certified laboratories. In addition, each lot of product is analyzed for identity, purity, and strength to ensure our customers receive a consistent, efficacious product each month.

Meet a few of our translational science & clinical nutrition experts

Janelle Connell


Translational Science
Clinical Expert

Janelle is a Registered Dietitian and Translational Scientist and has spent over a decade working in the field of personalized nutrition and health coaching. At Viome, Janelle is involved in the research and development of Viome’s personalized food and supplement recommendations and contributes to Viome’s ongoing clinical studies. She is a mom of three energetic children and enjoys gardening and DIY projects.

Grant Antoine


Translational Science
Clinical Expert

Dr. Grant Antoine is a naturopathic doctor passionate about patient empowerment and education. At Viome, Dr. Antoine is involved in clinical trial design and developing nutritional and supplement interventions for Viome’s user recommendations and efficacy studies.

Hilary Keiser


Translational Science
Nutritionist, Supplements

As a Translational Scientist at Viome, Hilary has worked to train the AI platform to make precision nutrition recommendations. She believes that Viome’s precision nutrition program can truly slow the progression of disease and may someday make illness obsolete. She is an avid yoga practitioner, snowboarder, food lover, and at-home fermentation enthusiast.

Julia DiDonato


Translational Science
Nutritionist, Supplements

Julia, a Translational Scientist & Clinical Nutritionist, brings a unique set of skills to Viome with a background in Food Science & Nutrition with a specialization in Dietetics from Central Washington University. She is an expert in nutrition counseling, helping with the implementation of food recommendations and supplement formulation.

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