Microbiome’s health and diversity is a growing theme in medical research for treating autoimmune, infectious, and metabolic diseases.

  • Gut Microbiome comprises of 100 trillion microbes and contains over 3 million.
  • Microbial genes Over 1,000 species of bacteria have been cataloged from gut flora and
    can weigh up to 2 kg!
  • Our gut bacteria have evolved with us since birth and maintains a symbiotic with the gut environment. The human gut provides nutrients and a breeding environment for gut microflora; in turn, intestinal microflora evolved to have several key physiological functions for its host.
  • Gut Microbiome play an important role in several metabolic processes and human diseases, such as obesity and accompanying co-morbidities, such as fatty liver disease, insulin resistance/diabetes, and cardiovascular events.
  • Gut microbiome are in constant communication with our body’s cells; to the point that our gut flora is said to be our second brain!