The Microbiota Challenge 

Are you ready to dive deep into Your microbiota?

Can you believe that our body consists of 10 times more microorganisms than cells and that these tiny bacteria, yeasts and funguses can be our friend or foe. There are more than 1,000 different species of bacteria in our gut. In your daily poop, it is possible that there are over 100,000,000,000,000 bacteria. Wow!

More and more research is being conducted on the microbiota everyday and there is good reason for this. Bacteria that are friendly play a role in:

  • Weight management

  • Metabolism of vitamins such as vitamin B12

  • Synthesizing B vitamins and K vitamins

  • Protecting us against the an evasion of harmful bacteria

  • Digestion of food to preventing bloating, gas, malabsorption

  • The health of the cells in our gut lining

  • Regulating our immune system

  • Reducing gut inflammation

Not all harmful bacteria cause damage. However when these bad bacteria become the majority and overthrow the beneficial  bacteria, problems arise. An imbalance in gut bacteria can lead to:

  • Weight problems (overweight/obesity)

  • Increased risk of allergies and asthma (especially in children)

  • Insulin resistance (type 2 diabetes)

  • High cholesterol and  triglycerides

  • Body-wide inflammation

  • Autoimmune diseases

  • Eczema

  • Anxiety & depression


  • Brain fog & cognitive impairment

By now, you might be thinking, ‘oh dear’, I better see what’s going on in my gut. That’s why you need to take the challenge. By taking the gut microbiota challenge you can learn….

  • How diverse your microbiota is -- how many different kinds of bacteria you have

  • The makeup of your microbiota -- the types of bacteria

  • How to increase the numbers of the good guys

  • How to crowd out the bad guys

The challenge

  1. Purchase the challenge for $95 (does not include the UBiome kit)

  2. Order your Ubiome Explorer kit with a 15% discount for a price of ~ $79 (code given to you after you purchase the challenge)

  3. Take a swab of your poop, register your kit, and send it to UBiome for testing

  4. Wait results

  5. Results are analyzed by Patricia 

  6. Meet (or video conference) with Patricia to discuss the results and create an action plan

That’s it. It’s that simple!

Aren't sure about the challenge, Schedule a complimentary 15-minute consult with Patricia.