The Advanced Maxi Microbiome Profile

This advanced at-home test is best used when working with a practitioner.

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Our Ultimate Gut Health Test uses a combination of 16s rRNA sequencing, qPCR testing and culturing to give comprehensive and extensive insight into gut health, via a non-invasive stool sample. As our most in-depth gut test, the Ultimate Gut Health Test measures key markers including calprotectin, zonulin and secretory IgA, leaky gut and pathogenic bacteria to give a full assessment of the microbiome.

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View interpretation guide

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Dear

Congratulations on getting to this stage.

I have reviewed your test results, and summarised the key findings below. 

I have also included a video for you above, please watch this to understand more about your results.

Key findings

Keep in mind that the microbiome is a new and complex area of science. Please do not see ‘out-of-range’ markers as a diagnosis, instead see them as areas to focus on a particular aspect of health.

Your in-range markers include:

  1. A good stool pH - helps prevent pathogenic (unfriendly) bacteria from colonising the colon

  2. Good microbiome diversity - one of the most important metrics of gut health

  3. Good levels of butyrate-producing bacteria - which helps maintain a healthy gut wall

  4. Normal levels of potentially pathogenic (unfriendly) bacteria

  5. Normal levels of candida

  6. No parasitic infections

  7. Normal pancreatic elastase (indicating normal production of digestive enzymes)

  8. Normal calprotectin (indicating no inflammation)

  9. Normal zonulin (indicating no leaky gut)

  10. Negative for H Pylori (a bacteria that colonises the stomach)

Your out-of-range markers include:

  1. An acidic stool pH - this may indicate carbohydrate maldigestion

  2. An alkaline stool pH - potentially related to low levels of Bifidobacteria and butyrate-producing (friendly) bacteria

  3. Low microbiome diversity

  4. A high dysbiosis index - indicating a high level of imbalance in the microbiome

  5. Low levels of Bifidobacteria and key butyrate-producing (friendly) bacteria

  6. Elevated levels of potentially pathogenic (unfriendly) bacteria

  7. Elevated levels of hydrogen sulphide-producing bacteria - often resulting in high levels of flatulence

  8. High levels of histamine-producing bacteria - often associated with diarrhoea and abdominal pain

  9. High levels of methanobrevibacter - often associated with constipation

  10. High levels of candida 

  11. Positive for the parasite Blastocystis hominis. There are several subtypes of this organism, not all of which need addressing.

  12. Positive for the parasite Dientamoeba fragilis.

  13. High secretory IgA - indicating immune activity

  14. Low secretory IgA - indicating compromised immunity in the gut

  15. Low pancreatic elastase - indicating low production of digestive enzymes from the pancreas

  16. Elevated calprotectin - indicating inflammation

  17. Elevated zonulin - indicating leaky gut

  18. Positive for H Pylori - a bacteria that colonises the stomach

  19. High levels of nitrogen - which may indicate protein malabsorption

  20. High levels of fat - which may indicate fat malabsorption 

  21. High levels of sugar - which may indicate carbohydrate malabsorption 

  22. High levels of water in the stool - which may indicate fast transit through the digestive system (this may present as diarrhoea, but doesn’t always)

  23. Low levels of water in the stool - which may indicate slow transit through the digestive system (this may present as constipation, but doesn’t always)

To learn more about your markers, visit your ‘In range’ and ‘Out of range’ tabs in your results.

We recommend informing your GP about the low pancreatic elastase. However this can often be the results of a bacterial imbalance in the small intestine.

We recommend informing your GP about the elevated Calprotectin marker

What's next? 

Your test results are the first step in getting answers to your symptoms. Next, I want to empower you to find better health.  

Please take the time to review the health plan I have created for you.

Go to My Health plan for the food, supplement and lifestyle advice I have tailored to you and your needs.

In health,

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Why is this test advanced?

 

 

Our Advanced Gut Health Test offers everything that’s in our Gut Health Test: bacteria, yeasts, parasites and intestinal health markers. But it takes an even deeper dive into your gut health, testing for further pathogenic bacteria and leaky gut.

Because of the in-depth nature of the results, it’s best to work with a practitioner who can help you create a personalised plan to optimise your gut health.

 

What are the symptoms?

Bloating
Flatulence
Floating stools
Sticky stools
Constipation
Diarrhoea
Mucous in stools
Brain fog
Heartburn
Reflux
Chronic fatigue
Sneezing attacks
Sinusitis
Headaches
Migraines
Nausea
Vomiting
Rashes
Acne
Dry skin
White tongue
Food poisoning
Poor immunity
Thrush
Use of antibiotics
Autoimmune disease
Chronic stress
Fibromyalgia

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View sample report

Download instructions

View interpretation guide

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Dear

Congratulations on getting to this stage.

I have reviewed your test results, and summarised the key findings below. 

I have also included a video for you above, please watch this to understand more about your results.

Key findings

Keep in mind that the microbiome is a new and complex area of science. Please do not see ‘out-of-range’ markers as a diagnosis, instead see them as areas to focus on a particular aspect of health.

Your in-range markers include:

  1. A good stool pH - helps prevent pathogenic (unfriendly) bacteria from colonising the colon

  2. Good microbiome diversity - one of the most important metrics of gut health

  3. Good levels of butyrate-producing bacteria - which helps maintain a healthy gut wall

  4. Normal levels of potentially pathogenic (unfriendly) bacteria

  5. Normal levels of candida

  6. No parasitic infections

  7. Normal pancreatic elastase (indicating normal production of digestive enzymes)

  8. Normal calprotectin (indicating no inflammation)

  9. Normal zonulin (indicating no leaky gut)

  10. Negative for H Pylori (a bacteria that colonises the stomach)

Your out-of-range markers include:

  1. An acidic stool pH - this may indicate carbohydrate maldigestion

  2. An alkaline stool pH - potentially related to low levels of Bifidobacteria and butyrate-producing (friendly) bacteria

  3. Low microbiome diversity

  4. A high dysbiosis index - indicating a high level of imbalance in the microbiome

  5. Low levels of Bifidobacteria and key butyrate-producing (friendly) bacteria

  6. Elevated levels of potentially pathogenic (unfriendly) bacteria

  7. Elevated levels of hydrogen sulphide-producing bacteria - often resulting in high levels of flatulence

  8. High levels of histamine-producing bacteria - often associated with diarrhoea and abdominal pain

  9. High levels of methanobrevibacter - often associated with constipation

  10. High levels of candida 

  11. Positive for the parasite Blastocystis hominis. There are several subtypes of this organism, not all of which need addressing.

  12. Positive for the parasite Dientamoeba fragilis.

  13. High secretory IgA - indicating immune activity

  14. Low secretory IgA - indicating compromised immunity in the gut

  15. Low pancreatic elastase - indicating low production of digestive enzymes from the pancreas

  16. Elevated calprotectin - indicating inflammation

  17. Elevated zonulin - indicating leaky gut

  18. Positive for H Pylori - a bacteria that colonises the stomach

  19. High levels of nitrogen - which may indicate protein malabsorption

  20. High levels of fat - which may indicate fat malabsorption 

  21. High levels of sugar - which may indicate carbohydrate malabsorption 

  22. High levels of water in the stool - which may indicate fast transit through the digestive system (this may present as diarrhoea, but doesn’t always)

  23. Low levels of water in the stool - which may indicate slow transit through the digestive system (this may present as constipation, but doesn’t always)

To learn more about your markers, visit your ‘In range’ and ‘Out of range’ tabs in your results.

We recommend informing your GP about the low pancreatic elastase. However this can often be the results of a bacterial imbalance in the small intestine.

We recommend informing your GP about the elevated Calprotectin marker

What's next? 

Your test results are the first step in getting answers to your symptoms. Next, I want to empower you to find better health.  

Please take the time to review the health plan I have created for you.

Go to My Health plan for the food, supplement and lifestyle advice I have tailored to you and your needs.

In health,

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About this advanced Gut Health Test

 

Collection method: Stool

Measures: Bacteria, Extra Pathogenic Bacteria, Yeasts, Parasites, Zonulin, Advanced Intestinal Health Biomarkers

For this test, you provide a small sample of your stool (poo). This is sent to a lab, where it’s analysed for a comprehensive range of microbial and intestinal biomarkers.

Using this information, your practitioner will be able to give you personalised dietary and lifestyle advice to optimise your gut health—and support your health as a whole.

This test is advanced and should be ordered in conjunction with dedicated practitioner support.

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Advanced gut health test kit

How Healthpath works

01

Get your kit

Order and receive your test kit within 3 days. Fill out your symptom survey and tell us more about your health

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02

Perform your test

Complete the test in the comfort of your own home. Return your sample to the lab using a prepaid envelope

Taking a lab test

03

Review your results

Work with your practitioner to review your comprehensive results. Make targeted tweaks to your diet and lifestyle protocol

Receiving lab test results

Your results

Microbial markers

Discover which bacteria, yeasts and other microbes you harbour

Digestive health

Check your digestive function and levels of inflammation

Leaky gut

Find out whether you have increased intestinal permeability

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