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What is a Gut Microbiome?

The gut microbiota consists of trillions of micro-organisms that live in our digestive tracts. These micro-organisms, and the delicate balance between them, play an essential role in several body processes, including aiding digestion, supporting the immune response, and even playing a role in brain function and health. The balance of micro-organisms in the gut is referred to as eubiosis, and it is essential for general health and well-being. When this balance is disrupted, resulting in "gut dysbiosis," we often experience illnesses and various diseases. The micro-organisms in the gut have different functional relationships both with each other, and with the host, and depending on their functional categories, they are classified as Probiotics, Pathogens, Opportunists, or Commensals.

Pathways

In biology, metabolic pathways refer to the chemical reactions that take place within cells. These pathways can be responsible for energy production or consumption, or performing specific tasks, depending on the cell’s function. With respect to the microbiome, pathways refer to the tasks that groups of microbes in the gut collectively perform. Since these microbes live inside the human body, their functioning has systemic impacts on our health and well-being. There are several microbiome pathways of interest in human health, which range from serving anti-inflammatory purposes and aiding digestion to synthesizing specific essential nutrients. Understanding the performance of each of these pathways can help you make dietary and lifestyle choices and changes that are personalized to you and your goals. Gut microbes are involved in production of various metabolites which regulates different crucial biochemical processes in the host. Metabolites mainly produced by microbes are short chain fatty acids, polyamines, organic acids, indole derivatives, vitamins. They are responsible for a huge portion of beneficial or detrimental effects of diet and lifestyle on the host. Pathway analysis will thus tell you about the pathways that these microbes are involved in. The genes involved in the pathways will be analysed and give you outcome as to whether those are favourable or unfavourable or normal based on the activity and their interpretations. Do’s and don'ts based onf the interpretation will be provided.
Favourable

Favourable

Average

Average

Unfavourable

Unfavourable

Pro-inflammatory Activity
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Unfavourable

Sulphide Gas Production Pathway
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Unfavourable

Butyrate Production Pathway
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Favourable

Uric Acid Production Pathways
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Unfavourable

Ammonia Production Pathway
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Unfavourable

Protein Fermentation
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Unfavourable

Vitamin B2 synthesis
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Favourable

Vitamin B3 synthesis
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Favourable

Vitamin B7 synthesis
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Favourable

Vitamin B9 synthesis
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Favourable

Vitamin B1 synthesis
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Favourable

Vitamin B5 synthesis
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Favourable

Oxalate Metabolism Pathway
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Favourable

Bile Acid Metabolism
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Unfavourable

TMA Production Pathways
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Unfavourable

Anti-Inflammatory Activity
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Favourable

Vitamin B12 synthesis
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Favourable

Vitamin K synthesis
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Favourable

Vitamin B6 synthesis
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Favourable

Salt Stress Pathway
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Unfavourable

Putrescine Production Pathway
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Average

LPS Biosynthesis Pathways
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Unfavourable

Methane Gas Production Pathway
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Average

Full Report

The microbes in the gut can be categroised in 4 ways. The beneficial (Probiotic), harmful (Pathogen) or normal (Opportunistic/Commensal)

Favourable

Favourable

Average

Average

Unfavourable

Unfavourable

Faecalibacterium prausnitzii
Favourable

Favourable

Favourable

Average

Average

Unfavourable

Unfavourable

No Response

No Results

Favourable

Favourable

Average

Average

Unfavourable

Unfavourable

Bacteroides fragilis
Unfavourable
Eggerthella lenta
Unfavourable
Dorea formicigenerans
Unfavourable

Favourable

Favourable

Average

Average

Unfavourable

Unfavourable

Collinsella aerofaciens
Unfavourable
Parabacteroides distasonis
Unfavourable
[Ruminococcus] gnavus
Unfavourable
Bacteroides caccae
Favourable
Alistipes indistinctus
Unfavourable

Recommendations

Diet recommendations of the basis of microbial profile helps to improve the gut health and also maintain the current healthy state of the gut. These recommendations also help in improving the overall health and easing the digestive issues. Certain foods are advised to be avoided which are detrimental for gut health and can negatively impact the gut microbiome. In take of such foods needs to be minimized irrespective of the current gut health.

Nutrition Recommendation For Gut Enrichment

Vitamin B6
Vitamin B9
Vitamin B12
Vitamin B2

Food Category

Edible Oil & Fat
Condiments & Spices
Milk & Milk Products
Sea Food
Beverages
Cereals & Millets
Green Leafy Vegetables
Legumes
Miscellaneous
Nuts & Oilseeds
Roots & Tubers
Vegetables

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