• MyDiagnostics Microbiome Testing & Analysis (Super Gut Health Test)
MyDiagnostics (CLIA, CAP, ISO Lab)

Microbiome Testing & Analysis (Super Gut Health Test)

Rs. 21,000.00

Rs. 9,499.00

(55% Discount)

Sample Required: Stool
Test Mode: At Home
Turn Around Time: 4-5 weeks
Fasting Time: None
Other Instructions: None

About the Gut Microbiome Testing & Analysis

Your gut microbiome is unique, varying depending on geography, gender, culture and demographics, genetics (of your own and that of the race), diet, age and many environmental factors. But, it also follows certain larger patterns and understanding these patterns provide you with an opportunity to maintain and/or modulate your microbiome towards better health benefits.

Things you should know about Microbiome 

Human Microbiome

  • Estimated 100 trillion microbes
  • On and inside the body
  • Together, can weigh up to ~2 KG [~4-5lb] of the body weight

Gut Microbiome

  • >95% of this resides in the gut or the GI tract
  • With most dense abundance on the large intestine
  • Defined by 4 major groups of microorganisms - Bacteria, Archaea, Virus and Eukaryota [Fungi, Protozoa and Metazoa]
  • Bacteria is the most abundant group within the gut [>95%]
  • >10,000 species have been identified till date
  • Individual can have anywhere between 1000-2500 species

Microbiome and Diseases

  • Most of the microbes are benevolent or even beneficial
  • <5% of all microbes in gut can cause disease but has been associated with > 90% of human diseases (directly on indirectly)
  • Low or loss of microbial diversity is the most common reason of intestinal dysbiosis [disruption in the balance of microorganisms]


The key areas that our microbiome impacts are

  • Obesity & Weight Loss (Management)
  • Sports Performance (Nutrient Absorption & Metabolism)
  • Mental Health (Depression, Anxiety etc)
  • Metabolic Disease (Diabetes, Cardiac etc)
  • Auto-immune Conditions (Rheumatoid Arthritis, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Ulcerative Colitis etc) 

Gut Microbiome as a very important organ

The gut microbiome plays so many important roles throughout the body and belongs to many different systems, 

  • Immunological – Immune system

  • Gastrointestinal – Digestion

  • Endocrine – Hormones

  • Neurological – Cognitive function

How this works  

See the section below

What's included in Microbiome Gut Test

  • Super Gut Report, Analysis and Recommendations by Microbiome experts 
  • 1 Personal Consult & Report Analysis 
  • Prebiotics & Probiotics Recommendations 
  • Turn Around Time: 4-5 weeks from the sample collection date 

    • Common GI Conditions 

      Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IBD)
      IBD basically refers to any condition in which the gut tissue is chronically inflamed. With IBD, symptoms often include severe diarrhoea, pain, fatigue and weight loss. Weirdly, the exact cause of IBD is unknown. Thankfully though, we do have a good understanding of what aggravates symptoms, so with some food and lifestyle tweaks, people find they can really keep their IBD in check.

      Celiac Disease
      You hear a lot about gluten these days. It’s a protein found in wheat, barley and rye. Celiac disease is basically an extreme reaction to gluten. When someone has Celiac, eating gluten triggers an immune system response that wreaks havoc on the digestive system, really interfering with nutrient absorption. In addition to awful symptoms like persistent diarrhoea, pain, mouth sores and heartburn, Celiac can lead to iron deficiency, skin disorders, and severe malnutrition, which can be life threatening. The only way to manage Celiac disease is to stick to a lifelong gluten-free diet.

      Crohn’s Disease
      This is one type of IBD. Crohn’s can be excruciatingly painful and have potentially life-threatening complications. With Crohn’s, the inflammation can spread really deep into intestinal tissue, causing major issues like bowel blockage from scar tissue, malnutrition from poor nutrient absorption, and debilitating pain and diarrhoea. The precise causes of Crohn’s are unknown, and there is no official cure, BUT medication and nutrition therapy can be very effective in achieving remission and keeping symptoms to a minimum.

      Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
      IBS is another condition you hear a lot about these days. It’s becoming more and more commonly diagnosed. One reason may be that IBS is related to an improper balance of good/bad bacteria in the gut which is caused by poor diets, stress, medications and modern lifestyle factors. There are other causes of IBS, and symptoms vary from person to person, but most with IBS have some combination of the following: diarrhea, constipation, pain, severe gas, vomiting. The good news is, with some food and lifestyle tweaks, IBS can be very well-controlled.

      Ulcerative Colitis (UC)
      This is a form of IBD that usually comes on over time and involves ulcers and severe inflammation of the GI tract. UC can be incredibly painful and disrupt life because of extreme and unpredictable symptoms. There’s no definitive cause or cure, but some medications and nutrition therapies have been shown to significantly help people with UC get relief and even achieve long-term remission.

      GERD (Acid Reflux)
      GERD stands for gastroesophageal reflux disease. It’s when stomach acid backs up into the esophagus, that tube that connects the stomach to the throat. Symptoms include heartburn, pain in the chest area, a feeling like there’s a knot in the throat, and food or liquid coming back up. If it’s really severe and frequent, GERD can cause major damage which increases risk of esophageal cancer.


      What is meant by gut health?

      Gut health focuses on the function and balance of the gut microbiome present in our GI tract. A good gut health includes freedom from abdominal and rectal symptoms like gas, bloating etc

      What affects gut microbiome?

      The human gut microbiome is influenced by diet, antibiotics and age. Some diseases may also negatively impact gut health.

      Is eczema a gut issue?

      There may or may not be a definitive connection between the gut and eczema. However, recent studies have found evidence promoting microbiome and gut health as a factor in cause and treatment of eczema.

      What is a microbiome?

      A microbiome is a collection of different microbes present in our body. It is composed of a variety of bacteria, fungi and viruses.

      What is the good bacteria in your stomach called?

      The good bacteria that reside in our gut are called probiotics. They are live bacteria that are also called good bacteria as they promote good gut health.

      How to improve good bacteria in the stomach?

      To improve gut bacteria we must have a healthy diet incorporating a variety of fruits, vegetables, fermented food and prebiotic foods.



      Whats in the Gut Microbiome Test Kit?

      How it works ?

      Step 1 : Once you place the order we will ship the kit to your address (within 48 hours)

      Step 2 : Once your receive the kit, go through the instructions. You need to collect the morning stool sample & fill a form. Call us 1 day before the sample collection for scheduling the sample pickup. The pickup number is provided in the kit 

      Step 3 : Your sample will be picked, pre-processed and sent to CLIA/CAP Certified laboratory 

      Step 4 : The Reports will be made available in 4 weeks. You can schedule a Free consultation with the specialist 

      Frequently Asked Questions

      What is Human Microbiome ?
      Where does our Microbiome Comes from ?
      How big is the Microbiome ?
      Where is Microbiome located ?
      What are the functions of Microbiomes ?
      Is our Microbiome depended on our genetics ?
      What is the significance of Gut Microbiome ?
      Is everyone's Microbiome the same ?
      What does normal gut Microbiota consists of ?
      How to take care of my Microbiome ?
      What is Gut Microbiome Testing
      Are Gut Microbiome Good
      How does Gut Microbiome affect Immune System?
      How does Gut Microbiome influence serotonin levels?
      Does Alcohol affect Gut Microbiome?
      Is the Gut Microbiome an organ?