|Gut Bacteria Phylum results compared to average|
Ken Lassesen's blog at http://cfsremission.wordpress.com is the best one I have seen for information on what is often wrong in our microbiomes and ideas on how to shift the microbiome back to a healthy one.
Here are my order level results; note that I have 79 times less bifidobacteriales than the average participant in ubiome thus far. And my cyanobacteria is 159.69 times lower than the average; according to uBiome "Cyanobacteria residing in our gut appear to help generate B and K vitamins that we depend upon for nutrition." Uh oh.....
|Gut bacteria Order Results Part 1|
|Gut bacteria Order Results Part 2|
Unfortunately I don't seem to be able to see data for any of the species in the Enterobacteriaceae family. That includes e-coli and Klebsiella, both of which are of interest in ME/CFS. I don't know if that is due to a limitation of the current alpha reports or whether uBiome is unable to provide results for these species.