Your gut transit time is a key indicator of how well your microbiome is doing. Beyond microbiome testing, there’s a free way to run your own gut test at home.
The GUTXY team shares the latest microbiome research and gut health insights.
Our guts are much less diverse than they used to be 2000 years ago. Scientists believe that our ancient gut microbiomes may give clues for the chronic conditions of today.
Why do some people develop chronic diseases such as cancer, rheumatoid arthritis and ulcerative colitis, while others stay healthy? A major clue could be in the gut microbiome.
When we reach for that extra cookie, slice of pizza, or cake, we’re often under an overwhelming spell: cravings. Still, science is showing that our gut microbes play a key part in this process, influencing our brain.