Eleven conditions with Microbiome shifts and uBiome analysis for each

Blog entry posted by Lassesen, Jan 28, 2018.

Some conditions are associated with shift of bacteria. This does not mean that if you have most of the shift, you will have the condition. DNA is a major factor in developing most conditions. In short: Bad Microbiome + Bad DNA ==> Health Problems.

The full list (without using your uBiome) is at this page.

Reports currently Available
More will be added, and the list of bacteria for each will be increased as studies are found containing more information.

This uses uBiome Results ONLY — you must login to use the reports.

Report example
The source for each item is included in the report. If you find additional articles listing the bacteria which is NOT in the current list, please send them to me so we can make the information better.

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Clicking Recommendations…
Will take the differences for THIS condition and present a recommendation list (as before)

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Bottom Line
This attempts to present the results of various papers in a format that a brain fog person with a uBiome can understand better. Linking every item to the source study is intended to assist your knowledgeable medical professional to evaluate the proposals.
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  1. mari_gold
    Hello @Lassesen,

    That's an amazing collection about the microbiome!

    Do the research papers say anything about taking two different bacterial strains (via probiotics) at the same time (e. g. e. choli and lacto-/bifidobacteria)? Does that have any good or bad effect or would mixing those be counterproductive? Can I find it somewhere in your database? What I found so far in the literature I consulted is very inconsistent.

    That's great work you're doing!