What can you expect from your results?


After taking the Prokarimi microbiome (The human gut microbiota refers to the trillions of microbes, such as bacteria, that live in the human gut. The microbiome is the environment they live in.) test, you will receive a comprehensive report detailing your gut health. This report is developed in collaboration with Genetic Analysis and is based on years of experience and research.

Your report will include:

  • Dysbiosis Index (DI), which is a score of your gut health. A score of 1 or 2 is considered a healthy gut, while a score of 3 to 5 indicates dysbiosis. Accompanying the score you'll see a summary tailored for your score.
  • A list of your score on 5 functional profiles (A-E). These profiles are abstractions of the gut microbiome and are used to understand aspects of the gut microbiome's functional properties, for instance if you have a diverse population or if you have enough of the various mucus protecting bacteria. All profiles are explained generically and your score is explained specifically. You can also see which bacteria are included in each profile.
  • Suggested action, which could be dietary or lifestyle changes to improve your gut health. Concrete food suggestions are given, and you can also see why an action is suggested. All actions are supported by research and you can read more about the background if you so desire.
  • A list of bacteria that are present in your gut, and their relative abundance. This list is not exhaustive, but it includes the most important bacteria for gut health. You can see how your bacteria compare to the average of the population and read more about the bacteria in our Bacteriopedia, which is available to our users.
Prokarimi test result

The report is designed to be easy to understand and actionable. It is intended to provide you with the information you need to make informed decisions about your gut health. If you have any questions about your report, you can contact our support team and we will help you as soon as possible.


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