Although we don’t see them, our microbiome are essential to our health. They directly influence our digestive system, and as a result, on the way we react to food.
Our microbiome is the collection of all the microbes associated with our body. In our gut alone we have around 100 trillion microbes, which is the same number of cells we have in our entire body. Unlike our human genetics, we can change and manipulate our microbiome.

MOTIVATE

Obese individuals' microbiome is less diverse than that of lean people.

REPLICATE

We have as many microbes as human cells.

TEACH

the immune system recognizes friend from foe.

TRAIN

Microbes train our immune system.

DIGEST

We get 10-20% of our energy from our microbiome

RESIST

Insulin resistance is associated with certain gut microbiome.

MOTIVATE

Obese individuals' microbiome is less diverse than that of lean people.

REPLICATE

We have as many microbes as human cells.

TEACH

the immune system recognizes friend from foe.

TRAIN

Microbes train our immune system.

DIGEST

We get 10-20% of our energy from our microbiome

RESIST

Insulin resistance is associated with certain gut microbiome.