Are you suffering from digestive problems and are you looking for an effective and lasting solution to your problems?

For decades, the industrial revolution has unfortunately affected our diet and many of us now experience more or less serious discomfort during meals or digestion. 

To combat digestive problems and maintain health and vitality, the nutritionists and dieticians at Turó Park Clinics offer an analysis of the intestinal microbiota based on a protocol created by Dr Donatini, a French gastroenterologist, hepatologist, oncologist and immunologist. This protocol allows to balance the microbiota thanks to a treatment based on food powders and changes in nutritional habits and lifestyle.

To find out more and analyse your intestinal microbiota, make an appointment now with our dietician-nutricionist!

What is microbiome analysis?

Gut microbiota analysis is based on natural techniques, based on the results of Dr. Donatini's research into holistic health. This research has established the need to act on three fundamental aspects of health: the state of the microbiota, the immune system and digestive motility (including analysis of the vagus nerve).

Furthermore, as the composition of the microbiota is unique and specific to each human being, real-time measurement of the patient's microbiota allows for personalised and specific advice based on the patient's own physiology, as well as on knowledge from proven sources.

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Who is the microbiome test for?

The gut microbiome test is useful for any adult from the age of 18 who wants to know more about the complex relationships in the gut, and the balance of their own gut microbiota.

More specifically, microbiota testing is indicated for all patients suffering from :

  • Irregular transit,
  • Irritable bowel syndrome,
  • Bloating,
  • Excess gas,
  • Heartburn,
  • Pain,
  • Food intolerance,
  • Sudden weight gain or loss....

How does the microbiome test work?

The test has two parts:

  • A discussion with the nutritionist to better understand your symptoms, their onset, and your medical and family history.
  • A clinical examination of the oral and cutaneous flora.

The data collected during the examination is then analysed and the results are communicated by the nutritionist a few days later.

A healthy gut microbiome contributes to your good health.

Our English-speaking nutritionist offers you an innovative test to discover your microbiota and preserve your well-being and health.


What information do you get from a gut microbiome test?

To measure the composition of the microbiome and to assess its health, the exhaled gases released by the lungs are measured, which give us an insight into :

  • Malabsorption and/or inflammation of the small intestine,
  • The presence of bacteria and viruses,
  • Possible damage to the intestinal mucosa.

What to do with the results?

The microbiome test report indicates any imbalance in the gut microbiota (whether it is depleted or enriched) and the possible presence of dysbiosis.

On the basis of this report, our team of nutritionists will offer you personalised advice (dietary rebalancing, hygiene, etc.) to clean up the digestive tract and thus promote the rebalancing of the intestinal flora.

These recommendations are given as a complement to the intake of food powders, which are necessary for an in-depth rebalancing of the intestinal flora. You can order them directly from the recommended manufacturer.

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Our answers to the most frequently asked questions about the gut microbiome test

Can the gut microbiome test help me if I have bloating after meals?

Yes, the intestinal microbiome test is particularly suitable for people suffering from digestive disorders such as bloating, heartburn, or excess gas.

How to improve your microbiota?

In order to improve the microbiota, it is advisable to adopt a healthier diet and lifestyle. It is also recommended that you carry out analyses to get to know yourself better and to be accompanied by a nutrition professional.

What are the risks of an unbalanced gut microbiota?

A depletion of the gut microbiota (decrease in the number or diversity of microbes), in particular the loss of beneficial anti-inflammatory bacteria, leads to dysbiosis which has been associated with many health problems:
  • Inflammatory bowel diseases: Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis
  • Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
  • Intestinal disorders (traveller's diarrhoea, infant colic)