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Why analyze the microbiota

The term "microbiota" refers to the set of microorganisms that populate a certain environment. As far as Man is concerned, the best known and best known is undoubtedly the intestinal microbiota, but the microbiota of other districts are also important, in particular of the vagina, mouth and respiratory tract, of the skin.

The intestinal microbiota is a real organ and, as such, must have adequate analysis methods and dedicated therapies, which can be of four types: nutritional, probiotic, phytotherapeutic or pharmacological. Knowing the cellular structure of the microbiota organ (bacteria) allows us to understand its physiology, pathology and identify highly personalized therapeutic strategies specific to the individual case. 

Analyzing the intestinal microbiota allows you to:

1. Identify a dysbiosis, which is the pathology of the microbiota organ. This allows us to know what the contribution of the altered microbiota is to the person's systemic pathology or, at least, to their state of well-being or malaise.

2. Set up a specific therapy for that individual person. This is possible by combining all the therapeutic approaches: dietetic-nutritional, probiotic, phytotherapeutic and, with the contribution of a doctor, pharmacological (only if strictly necessary). 


With the term dysbiosis a progressive perturbation of the microbiota is identified. There are different types of dysbiosis that also affect different areas of the body: vaginal, oral, cutaneous and intestinal. or the situation in which the bacterial flora is in qualitative/quantitative balance with the organism. Dysbiosis  is responsible for or participates in numerous pathological conditions. For this reason, the analysis of the microbiota is a fundamental tool for the elaboration of an effective diet. 

The microbiota test is available for the intestine and for the vagina. 

When analyzing the microbiota can make a difference

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Pregnancy and breastfeeding, especially if the baby was born by cesarean section and/or if fed with formula milk.


Recurrent and therapy-resistant cystitis, vaginitis and vaginosis, fertility problems.

Dermatite atopica neonato

Acne, dermatitis of various kinds, even in very young children (0-12 months).

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Celiac disease, Gluten Sensitivity, allergies of all kinds and food intolerances, autoimmune diseases.


Overweight, obesity, diabetes, metabolic diseases.

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Irritable bowel, Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, hepatitis, cancer.


Anxiety, depression, neurodegenerative diseases.

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