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human microbiome

Bacteria are a part of us.


Unfortunately, uBiome, the microbiome testing lab presented below, is now out of business. During their slow slide into oblivion, much was written about the accuracy of such tests and the different results produced by different test labs. Perhaps the best first move is to “take certain actions instead of a test“. That said, if you want to explore tests, check out these two:

  1. Viome
  2. DayTwo

The rest of this page presents some useful tidbits about your microbiome, but if you want a deep dive check out these articles.

There are more bacterial cells in your body than human cells, and their influence on your health and longevity is profound!

You can discover if the critters that make their home on and in you are contributing to your well being or conspiring to make you fat, sick and depressed — literally — by taking the uBiome test. (Nope, they’re out of business.)

This video is a one-minute Wall Street Journal interview with uBiome Co-founder and CEO, Dr. Jessica Richman, that quickly communicates what makes up your microbiome and why it’s considered a critically important “organ” of the human body:


Your test results will show how your microbiome compares to others and which bacteria (good or bad) dominate:


Gender differences will be shown:



Ratios of beneficial to harmful bacteria residing in and on different places of your body (like in your gut) will be revealed:



There’s so much more to learn and discover, so do yourself a favor and check it out at:


Need More Convincing?

I’ve written extensively about the microbiome and encourage you to learn more about it. Once you do, you’ll want to know more about yours and what to do to make those critters are working for you, not against you.

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