Viome Test Results

This currently should be the most advanced testing of its kind to look at the microbiome from a stool sample. (As long as they dont have anything going on like Theranos.)

So I was a little disappointed with some of this. An earlier version of the app showed what bacteria and possibly its metabolites were more active compared to the normal population. Thats part of the reason why I ordered this. This is more simplified and only shows the strains detected in stool. This maybe could change in the future where they have more information then what they are currently releasing. (a la 23andme)

Couple things. more questions than answers. whats detected in the stool. So if a probiotic strain is being excreted (or displaced) is this a good thing? Same with possible dysbiosis bacteria. If someone was to take a possibly harmful bacteria, and then never saw it show up in the stool, this would obviously be a bad thing.
Thats why this doesn’t tell the whole story.
You see they mention one probiotic strain detected in my stool.
Lactobacillus Reuteri. I was never taking this probiotic
I was trialing a couple b. longum probiotics at a high dosage that were not detected in my stool.
(now hopefully they didnt mix up my sample)

Anyways here it is, not as pretty to read outside of the graphical interface.
Quick takeaways, no candida strains even though i have all 3 candida antibodies, only one bifido strain detected. Only one probiotic strain detected (l. reuteri)

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Click into a score below to get more insight about the state of your gut microbiome and the foundation of your food recommendations.

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  • Intestinal Barrier Health

Needs Improvement

  • Butyrate Production Pathways

Needs Improvement

  • LPS Biosynthesis Pathways

Needs Improvement

  • Oxalate Metabolism Pathways

Needs Improvement

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  • Digestive Efficiency

Good

  • Protein Fermentation

Good

  • Overall Gas Production

Good

  • Methane Gas Production Pathways

Good

  • Flagellar Assembly Pathways

Good

  • Salt Stress Pathways

Good

  • Bile Acid Metabolism Pathways

Good

You’re getting there.

  • Inflammatory Activity

Average

  • Metabolic Fitness

Average

  • Sulfide Gas Production Pathways

Average

  • Ammonia Production Pathways

Average

  • Putrescine Production Pathways

Average

  • Uric Acid Production Pathways

Average

  • Biofilm, Chemotaxis, and Virulence Pathways

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  • TMA Production Pathways

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  • Microbial Richness

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Strains detected,

Eukaryotes Viruses Bacteria Archae Probiotics

Actinomyces graevenitzii C83

B

Bacteria

Actinomyces sp. ICM47

B

Bacteria

Adlercreutzia equolifaciens DSM 19450

B

Bacteria

Alistipes finegoldii DSM 17242

B

Bacteria

Alistipes finegoldii strain 2789STDY5608890

B

Bacteria

Alistipes ihumii AP11

B

Bacteria

Alistipes obesi

B

Bacteria

Alistipes putredinis DSM 17216

B

Bacteria

Alistipes sp. AL-1

B

Bacteria

Alloscardovia omnicolens DSM 21503

B

Bacteria

Anaerococcus

B

Bacteria

Anaerofustis stercorihominis DSM 17244

B

Bacteria

Anaerostipes caccae DSM 14662

B

Bacteria

Anaerostipes hadrus strain 2789STDY5834908

B

Bacteria

Anaerostipes hadrus strain 2789STDY5834959

B

Bacteria

Anaerostipes hadrus strain BPB5

B

Bacteria

Anaerotruncus colihominis DSM 17241

B

Bacteria

Atopobium

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides caccae ATCC 43185

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides caccae CL03T12C61

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides caccae strain 2789STDY5834880

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides caccae strain 2789STDY5834946

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides cellulosilyticus

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides dorei 5_1_36/D4

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides eggerthii 1_2_48FAA

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides finegoldii DSM 17565

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides fluxus YIT 12057

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides fragilis 638R

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides fragilis str. 3725 D9(v)

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides fragilis strain DCMOUH0018B

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides gallinarum DSM 18171 = JCM 13658

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides intestinalis

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides intestinalis strain KLE1704

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides massiliensis B84634 = Timone 84634 = DSM 17679 = JCM 13223

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides ovatus 3_8_47FAA

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides ovatus CL03T12C18

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides sp. 3_1_19

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides sp. 3_1_33FAA

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides sp. D2

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides sp. HMSC067B03

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides sp. HMSC068A09

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides stercoris CC31F

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides stercoris strain CL09T03C01

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron isolate 3731

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron strain 14-106904-2

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron strain 2789STDY5834945

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron strain 7330

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron strain KPPR-3

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides uniformis strain KLE1607

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides vulgatus ATCC 8482

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides vulgatus CL09T03C04

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides vulgatus dnLKV7

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides vulgatus str. 3975 RP4

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides vulgatus strain 2789STDY5834897

B

Bacteria

Bacteroides xylanisolvens CL03T12C04

B

Bacteria

Bariatricus massiliensis strain AT12

B

Bacteria

Bifidobacterium pseudocatenulatum

B

Bacteria

Bilophila wadsworthia ATCC 49260

B

Bacteria

Blautia hydrogenotrophica DSM 10507

B

Bacteria

Blautia massiliensis sp. GD8

B

Bacteria

Blautia obeum ATCC 29174

B

Bacteria

Blautia obeum strain 2789STDY5608837

B

Bacteria

Blautia obeum strain 2789STDY5608838

B

Bacteria

Blautia obeum strain 2789STDY5834921

B

Bacteria

Blautia obeum strain 2789STDY5834957

B

Bacteria

Blautia producta strain ER3

B

Bacteria

Blautia schinkii DSM 10518

B

Bacteria

Blautia sp. KLE 1732

B

Bacteria

Blautia sp. Marseille-P2398

B

Bacteria

Blautia sp. Marseille-P3201T strain Marseille-P3201

B

Bacteria

Blautia wexlerae AGR2146

B

Bacteria

Blautia wexlerae DSM 19850

B

Bacteria

Blueberry shoestring virus

V

Virus

Butyricicoccus desmolans ATCC 43058

B

Bacteria

Butyricimonas virosa DSM 23226

B

Bacteria

Candidatus Stoquefichus

B

Bacteria

Capnocytophaga sp. oral taxon 329 str. F0087

B

Bacteria

Catenibacterium mitsuokai strain 2789STDY5608825

B

Bacteria

Christensenella minuta strain DSM

B

Bacteria

Clostridia bacterium UC5.1-1D1

B

Bacteria

Clostridia bacterium UC5.1-1D10

B

Bacteria

Clostridia bacterium UC5.1-1E11

B

Bacteria

Clostridiales bacterium VE202-01

B

Bacteria

Clostridiales bacterium VE202-03

B

Bacteria

Clostridium phoceensis strain GD3

B

Bacteria

Clostridium sp. AT4 sp. AT5

B

Bacteria

Coprobacillus sp. 8_1_38FAA

B

Bacteria

Dorea formicigenerans 4_6_53AFAA

B

Bacteria

Dorea formicigenerans ATCC 27755

B

Bacteria

Dorea longicatena AGR2136

B

Bacteria

Dorea longicatena strain 2789STDY5834914

B

Bacteria

Eggerthella lenta 1_1_60AFAA

B

Bacteria

Erysipelotrichaceae bacterium 5_2_54FAA

B

Bacteria

Escherichia coli isolate 15

B

Bacteria

Faecalibacterium cf. prausnitzii KLE1255

B

Bacteria

Faecalibacterium prausnitzii A2-165

B

Bacteria

Faecalibacterium prausnitzii M21/2

B

Bacteria

Faecalibacterium prausnitzii strain 2789STDY5608869

B

Bacteria

Faecalibacterium prausnitzii strain 2789STDY5834930

B

Bacteria

Faecalibacterium prausnitzii strain 2789STDY5834970

B

Bacteria

Fusicatenibacter saccharivorans strain 2789STDY5608849

B

Bacteria

Fusicatenibacter saccharivorans strain 2789STDY5834885

B

Bacteria

Fusicatenibacter saccharivorans strain 2789STDY5834923

B

Bacteria

Gordonibacter pamelaeae 7-10-1-b

B

Bacteria

Holdemania filiformis DSM 12042

B

Bacteria

Holdemania massiliensis AP2

B

Bacteria

Hungatella hathewayi DSM 13479

B

Bacteria

Lachnospira pectinoschiza strain 2789STDY5834886

B

Bacteria

Lachnospiraceae bacterium 1_4_56FAA

B

Bacteria

Lachnospiraceae bacterium 2_1_46FAA

B

Bacteria

Lachnospiraceae bacterium 5_1_63FAA

B

Bacteria

Lachnospiraceae bacterium 6_1_37FAA

B

Bacteria

Lachnospiraceae bacterium 7_1_58FAA

B

Bacteria

Lactobacillus reuteri

B

Bacteria

P

Probiotic

Lactococcus

B

Bacteria

Mogibacterium

B

Bacteria

Neglecta timonensis strain SN17

B

Bacteria

Odoribacter splanchnicus DSM 20712

B

Bacteria

Oscillibacter

B

Bacteria

Oscillospiraceae bacterium VE202-24

B

Bacteria

Parabacteroides distasonis CL09T03C24

B

Bacteria

Parabacteroides distasonis strain 2789STDY5834948

B

Bacteria

Parabacteroides johnsonii CL02T12C29

B

Bacteria

Parabacteroides merdae ATCC 43184

B

Bacteria

Parabacteroides merdae CL03T12C32

B

Bacteria

Parabacteroides sp. SN4 strain SN4, sp. SB4

B

Bacteria

Paraprevotella clara YIT 11840

B

Bacteria

Paraprevotella xylaniphila YIT 11841

B

Bacteria

Pepper mild mottle virus

V

Virus

Phascolarctobacterium succinatutens YIT 12067

B

Bacteria

Phocea massiliensis strain Marseille-P2769

B

Bacteria

Prevotella sp. KHD1 sp. KHD1

B

Bacteria

Romboutsia

B

Bacteria

Roseburia hominis A2-183

B

Bacteria

Roseburia intestinalis L1-82

B

Bacteria

Roseburia intestinalis strain 2789STDY5834960

B

Bacteria

Ruminococcaceae bacterium D16

B

Bacteria

Ruminococcaceae bacterium Marseille-P2963

B

Bacteria

Ruminococcus gnavus ATCC 29149

B

Bacteria

Ruminococcus torques ATCC 27756

B

Bacteria

Saccharomyces 20S RNA narnavirus

V

Virus

Saccharomyces cerevisiae S288C

E

Eukaryote

Sanguibacter keddieii strain 250_SKED

B

Bacteria

Streptococcus mutans

B

Bacteria

Subdoligranulum variabile DSM 15176

B

Bacteria

Sutterella wadsworthensis 3_1_45B

B

Bacteria

Sutterella wadsworthensis HGA0223

B

Bacteria

Tomato brown rugose fruit virus isolate Tom1-Jo

V

Virus

Veillonella dispar ATCC 17748

B

Bacteria

[Clostridium] bolteae

B

Bacteria

[Clostridium] innocuum 2959

B

Bacteria

[Clostridium] leptum DSM 753

B

Bacteria

[Clostridium] scindens ATCC 35704

B

Bacteria

[Clostridium] symbiosum

B

Bacteria

[Eubacterium] hallii DSM 3353

B

Bacteria

[Eubacterium] hallii strain 2789STDY5834835

B

Bacteria

[Eubacterium] hallii strain 2789STDY5834966

B

Bacteria

[Eubacterium] siraeum DSM 15702

B

Bacteria

[Eubacterium] siraeum strain 2789STDY5834928

B

Bacteria

[Ruminococcus] gnavus

B

Bacteria

[Ruminococcus] gnavus strain 2789STDY5608852

B

Bacteria

[Ruminococcus] torques strain 2789STDY5608867

B

Bacteria

[Ruminococcus] torques strain 2789STDY5834841

B

Bacteria

bacterium LF-3

B

Bacteria

uncultured phage crAssphage

V

Virus

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I had a pretty comprehensive stool test done it was done while i was only eating beef. I’ll post the full results if you want but i didnt have a picture of what they tested. Also i seem to be much more sensitive to fiber than i used to be and i think i will be at least for a while since my gi tract was put through a lot with my sibo/ibs sibo only was shown through breathtest i had no bad types of bacteria show up in any tests i had done. It tested for 22 pathogens i think it included candida and it tested everything else checked off in this picture everything came back normal expect one thing that was slighlty elevated thats supposed to show ibs? I dont remember what they said that was i’d have to find the results. I’ll look into the viome test and if i get it done i’ll show you the results.

This is the only test currently that detects microbes down to the strain level.
It would definitely be curious to compare a few of these in PFS and the related.
i’m going to look to see if I can find some results posted elsewhere as to what might be considered normal.This could have some meaning with a few more results.
This is also something that could evolve if they are still holding more data yet to be released.

Mayo Clinic to Collaborate with Viome on AI-Driven Personalized Nutritional Strategies to Help Understand Sleep and Obesity

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This could be a new project. Like the 23 and me data project. A collection of biomes of pfs patients. Isn’t Prof Melcangi researching biome data as well. I do think that we are just discovering how important the biome is to our well being.

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It wouldnt be the worst idea. Especially when you consider the relative low cost atm, and everything that we know has already been looked into. Research in this direction will only continue to grow. This isnt going away anytime soon.

They also sent me this email with my initial results,
In your most recent Gut Intelligence test, we found that some of your microbes are fermenting certain foods and producing by-products that are known to cause gastrointestinal symptoms.

To help you re-establish microbial balance throughout your gut and to support your gut motility, your personalized recommendations are organized into a 2-Step food and supplement plan.

The only supplements they recommended was digestive enzymes (Pepsin, pancreatin, amylase, protease, lipase, ox bile)
and something I had never heard of, stw 5

STW 5 (Iberogast®)—a safe and effective standard in the treatment of functional gastrointestinal disorders

Double-blind and randomized studies versus placebo or active control found statistically significant effects of STW 5 on patients’ symptoms with a comparable efficacy to a standard prokinetic.

just to update this, Ill probably end up getting this test again in the near future to compare results.
This looks at what bacteria are active, meaning no dead bacteria should show up in the sample.
It looks at rna as opposed to dna.
This would be similar to 23andme(cost wise as well) where you would need to at least see a few samples to start to have some meaning (if there was anything).

We See It – Therefore It’s Active

One of the reasons the word “activity” shows up so frequently in Viome’s app and web content is this:

Our unique laboratory technology, called metatranscriptomics, sequences RNA (not DNA) from each sample. Making RNA from DNA is called “transcription.” You can get DNA even from dead organisms, but only live organisms can be actively transcribing RNA. Viome focuses on the live organisms, so just the mere fact that we are able to detect transcription of something means it is alive and active in your gut!