Gut Health Test: Know your Microbiome


Test can be helpful to those who experience:

  • IBS
  • diarrhea
  • constipation
  • gas
  • bloating
  • cramping
  • abdominal pain
  • nausea
  • heartburn

For individuals who are looking to optimize gut health for:

  • athletic performance
  • recovery
  • immune function
  • biohacking
  • full-body health
  • mood/brain health



Gut Health Test by Thorne At home collection. Meaningful insights. Personalized plan.

Do you know what your microbiome is made of?

Research shows that gut health is foundational for – immune health, brain health, skin health – wellness. Substantial emerging research has shown that inappropriate gut bacteria can disrupt neurotransmitters, while ‘good’ bacteria may have protective effects. Based on this initial data, microbiome focused diets may reduce system severity in neurological conditions, like Autism.

The Gut Health Test by Thorne gives you a detailed analysis and a personalized plan that targets your GI system and optimizes wellness.

This test combines state of the art sequencing with intelligence to make meaningful changes.

Create for those who:

Are experiencing constipation or diarrhea

Have excessive gas, bloating, abdominal pain, or nausea

Have frequent heartburn

Have IBS or IBD (or family history of it)

Have taken multiple courses of antibiotics

Want to learn about digestion and absorption capabilities

What you’ll discover:


Your personal microbiome results are displayed on an easy-to-read dashboard


Your gut microbiome is analyzed to identify potential health risks and specific areas of improvement using whole-genome sequencing

Improvement Plan

Receive a personalized report with recommendations that include dietary, supplement and lifestyle habits based on your results

How it works:

  1. Order and activate
  2. Collect samples and send
  3. Receive results and recommendations

Collection Method:



*Test taker must be 18+ and reside in the US.

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