GutQlu: Digestive Tests for Gut Bacteria

Gut bacteria are incredibly important and play a major role in how your body works. Understanding your gut health can help identify problems caused by gut bacteria imbalances in the body. The community of bacteria or ‘microbiome’ diversifies as you grow older. Higher microbiome diversity is key to the improved absorption of nutrients in the digestion of food and building a stronger immune system.

GutQlu is our specialised gut health test providing an in-depth report of your present microbiome diversity with suggestions to improve your health.

What Will You Learn?

Our test will sequence thousands of different pieces of your bacterial DNA so we can profile your microbiome. We provide you with a personalised, easy to understand report explaining your results and gut diversity (compared to a healthy population) with suggestions for friendly foods to maintain a healthy microbiome.

Check that your microbes are in balance and supporting your overall health. Gut Qlu will give you the information you need about your gut health, so you can take action to feel better. Gain valuable insights to better understand what is going on inside your gut. Take the Gut Qlu test and start understanding your Personalised microbiome profile today.

Get your personalised report results


SWAB Once your test arrives in the mail, use the kit to take a simple swab sample
SEND Post your sample back to our accredited labs for analysis
SUMMARY We'll provide you a detailed actionable summary of your personal results

GutQlu is a uniquely designed genetic digestive test which allows you to monitor the bacteria, good and bad, in your digestive tract. Many people don’t realise that the human body contains more bacteria than it does human DNA, which is why a gut flora test can tell you so much about what’s going on in your body and why.

Digestive tests can show everything from how your unique gut flora can defend your body against certain diseases to what vitamins and minerals it can best synthesise. A simple gut bacteria test can give suggestions of lifestyle changes you can make to better balance your nutrition for a diversified microbiome, stronger immune system and better quality of life.

Our microbiome testing is a very simple process: you carry out a stool swab test which we send off to our labs. Within weeks, you’ll receive a personalised in-depth report which can be compared with previous tests to easily see the impact previous recommendations have had and any further adjustments you can make.

Try out GutQlu’s microbiome testing today to see just how much you’ll learn about the internal functions of your body.

Your GutQlu personalised report will give you valuable insights around the following core categories:

  • Top 10 Bacteria
  • Gut DiversityA healthy gut has a high diversity of different types of microbes. Some species will be present in relatively large numbers, with others only being at low levels, but having a broad mixture is undoubtedly beneficial to health and wellbeing.
  • Gut BalanceThe balance between some types of bacteria can provide useful information on diet and health.
  • IBS (Inflammatory Bowel Syndrome)
  • IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease)
  • Gut ProfilesAkkermansia muciniphila, Collinsella aerofaciens, Methanobrevibacter smithii, Oxalobacter formigenes, Alistipes, Barnesiella, Bifidobacterium, Lactobacillus, Odoribacter, Prevotella, Roseburia,

Your gut health has a huge impact on your overall wellness.

Your GutQlu report will help you to understand the number and types of gut organisms and microbes inhabiting your body, and how they impact your health.

As well as helping you understand the delicate balance of good and bad bacteria in your gut, the gut microbiome report will provide suggestions to improve your gut flora with simple changes to your diet and lifestyle.

Your personalised report results are delivered in 3 to 5 weeks

Ongoing Support

The Qlu experience doesn’t end after your purchase. Whether you have a simple question or want extended support, our highly trained clinical support staff are here for you.

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