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Gut Health Microbiome Test

Regular price $199.00 USD
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Who is this for?

For the whole family. Babies and toddlers from 0-3 years old, as well as kids older than 3 years old, teenagers, and adults. 

How does it work?

Sampling is easy. It takes less than 5 minutes and can be done at home.

After you place an order, your sample collection kit will be mailed to you and arrives within 3 - 5 days. Follow your sample collection kit instructions and register your test. This way, we can send your test results along with personalized recommendations.

Once you register your test, we can send you your test results along with recommendations for your Tiny Health Gut Type. Upon activation of your KitID, make sure to tell us the birth date of your family member(s) so we can ensure the report is tailored to your specific family member's age range and needs.

What’s in the box?

  • 1 gut sample swab and collection tube
  • 1 biohazard bag
  • 1 prepaid mailer bag

About the test

For babies: 

Tiny Health’s baby gut report gives an overview of your baby’s gut microbial environment, which is characterized as one of seven Tiny Health Baby Gut Types. Your baby’s gut report shares information about beneficial bacteria, baby gut dysbiosis, and disease associations. Sampling at regular intervals (7 days, 3 months, 6, months, 12 months and beyond) can provide valuable insights on how to positively change the gut microbiome.

Our evidence-based reports include actionable recommendations that are customized to your baby’s Tiny Health Gut Type

For children and adults:

Tiny Health’s gut microbiome report gives an overview of your gut microbial environment, including information about beneficial bacteria, inflammation, and disease associations such as infection and metabolic health.

For moms:

Because a mom’s health has the potential to impact her baby’s well being, suggestions on how to improve or optimize microbiome health, such as dietary interventions or probiotic supplementation, or target potential dysbiosis are included.