Are you a citizen scientist?

Are you a citizen scientist?

Enter uBiome

A very small number of people today are aware of the important discoveries that science has recently made about our body. One of those recent discoveries is about our gut and its microbiome. What is microbiome? This is a group of trillion bacteria that live in our gut at all times.

At uBiome, they understand how important these new discoveries are. uBiome is an organization here to help people learn more about their gut and how it affects their health and their whole lives. Not only this, but they also contribute to science and help share and discover new digestive health tips and methods for healing stomach issues.

The fact that 2 out of 3 people today have some bacteria-related issues that harm their stomach health and even their mental well-being was a clear call to action for uBiome to try and help everyone live a healthy life.

The Scientists at uBiome are here to teach and learn

One of their biggest goals is to give people the knowledge they need to take care of their gut health and understand how their microbiome affects their overall quality of life. They say that educating people on is highly important and even if someone contacts them only to ask questions and to learn more about digestive health tips, they will always be there for them.

At uBiome the priority is on making sure that people who talk to the organization educate themselves about their gut health and how their diet affects their microbiome which can either have a positive or negative effect on their health. Your health is what matters the most and, at uBiome, they say that they are always willing to give advice no matter if a person is their client or not.

Always looking to explore more and find out the secrets of our gut and the bacteria living there. They always try to have time to listen to people and see what their experiences are and learn from them as well. This kind of attitude has helped uBiome become experts in gut microbiome.

They have a “gut community”

Apart from the fact that anyone can contact uBiome and give their input, there is already a base of “citizen scientists” who work with this gut health community organization at all times. Apart from the fact that they work with scientists from some of the largest universities, including University of London, Stanford and London there is an even larger base of people that works with uBiome. These professional researches help them get the latest insights, but it’s not just them who they rely on to get the top-level expertise.

The gut health community organization takes pride in working together with thousands of citizen scientists who constantly send helpful digestive health tips, conclusions, facts, suggestions, questions, and answers that help their cause, get a better understanding of human gut and its microbiome.

Why is this so important? The leaders at the uBiome gut health community state that one of their missions is to focus on the common man’s problems and help improve the quality of life of for people around the world, and what better way to help them than by learning exactly from those same people and seeing what bothers them the most, what they notice and what their experiences have taught them.

SmartGut™ Test

Their dedication and motivation to know more about human gut health has led to them creating one of the best microbiome tests currently available. By combining state of the art technology and all the vast knowledge and expertise they have on gut health, the scientists at uBiome have created a SmartGut™ Test, which has the power to detect various bacteria in a patient’s gut related to different conditions, infections and lifestyle choices.

What is truly amazing about the SmartGut™ Test is that all patients can do it in the comfort of their home. On top of that, it’s a minimally invasive procedure, which is simple and everyone can do it. A lot of people feel discomfort when they are examined by someone else and this is why getting the opportunity to do the test at home on your own is so amazing.

After getting a sample, all a patient needs to do is send it back to uBiome and they will send back a detailed report that will tell those people how their gut bacteria is affecting their health and these conditions:
– IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease)
– IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)

A person can also use these results to change their lifestyle and improve their health or consult with their doctor and give them valuable insights that can help him or her suggest better treatments or lifestyle changes.

Brad Dennis, Ph.D.
Brad Dennis, Ph.D.
Dr. Dennis is the founder of Great Gut, LLC and is a leading pioneer in formulating diverse prebiotic blends that help to rebalance the microbiome in the human digestive system.

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