Microbiome Test

GUTXY Snapshot


Take a Snapshot of your gut microbiome with our popular one-time test and gain unique insight into your digestive health and wellness.

Your gut is trying to tell you something

If you want to know what’s going on in your microbiome, Snapshot is right for you. 

This comprehensive test shows you:

  • Your levels of up to 100 different microbes, including bacteria, parasites and yeast like Candida
  • How diverse and balanced your microbiome is.
  • What top 3 dietary changes you can make to improve your gut wellness.

glimpse into your gut

What you get

GUTXY kit with tools to collect a sample (test tube, stool catcher, return envelope.)

Snapshot report detailing your levels of microbes linked with: 

  • Probiotic health benefits like Bifidobacteria and Lactobacillus
  • Lean body weight such as Akkermansia muciniphila and Christensenella minuta
  • IBS and IBD, including Escherichia coli and Methanobrevibacter smithii
  • Anti-inflammation, such as Roseburia and Eubacterium 
Starter recommendations including your microbiome-friendly focus foods and other key tips based on your results. 

Who's it for?

Snapshot is your starting point. This starter kit is designed to give you a comprehensive overview without the commitment. 

There’s no plan to follow. You’re getting insights you can use as you please. 

Snapshot is perfect for you if:

  • Are curious about your microbial community
  • Want to know how your microbiome is doing 
  • Are looking for a simple gut check-in and don’t want to commit to a proper plan
  • Only want some simple dietary tips to get started 

Check-in with your microbes

Our Technology

Your sample is processed in our lab using next-generation sequencing technology, which allows us to break it apart, extract its DNA, and identify your microbes in a way never before possible. By using 16 and 18S marker genes, we are able to give you an inside look into your microbiome and the vast collection of bacteria, fungi, and parasites living there, down to the species level. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Snapshot is a one-time test that gives an overview of your microbiome.

The process is as follows:

  1. Collect and return sample
  2. Lab processes your sample
  3. You get your report! 

It’s perfect if you want to check-in with your gut, and don’t want to commit to a dietary plan.

Snapshot is great if want an overview of your microbiome, without extensive dietary recommendations.

RESET+ is for those that want accountability and support as they change their diet. 

RESET+ includes a dietary plan and intervention. Snapshot doesn’t. 

RESET+ tests two samples, before and after making recommended dietary changes. Snapshot is a single test.

The microbes tested – and panel shared – are the same. 

Your report will provide a comprehensive overview of your microbiome. This will include microbes that are categorised based on their main role, including:

  • Gut Boosters – microbes that can help boost your energy and support your immune system, metabolism, and mental health
  • Chronic Culprits – microbes linked to Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), including Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis
  • Gut Guards – microbes that can be protective against IBD
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome – microbes that are linked to this group of symptoms, including bloating, abdominal pain, constipation, and diarrhea
  • Fat Burners – microbes that can aid weight loss
  • Anti-Inflammatory Aids – microbes that help fight pathogens and keep your immunity in check
  • Probiotics – species of Lactobacillus and Bifidobacteria that are bona fide celebs in the good gut space, owing to how beneficial they can be for your body
  • Other Microbes – such as Candida and parasites

Your report will also include some simple recommendations, as well as share how diverse your microbome is. 

Once the lab has processed your sample it takes 1-2 weeks to finalise your report. 

Of course, the total time depends on how long shipping takes and for you to return your sample to us.

No, Snapshot cannot be used to make any diagnosis, nor do the reports offer any medical advice. Consult with a healthcare professional before making any major lifestyle changes, or if you have any other concerns.