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Is Your Food the Problem?
Let’s Find Out!


Time for a “Gut Check”

  • Test to sequence and analyze your individual gut microbiome
  • Get a customized report based on your unique results
  • Discover your intolerance to 200+ foods
  • Feel better faster with small changes to your eating habits
  • Keep up with your custom food recommendations with shopping lists

Choose a Plan That Fits Your Needs


Plans can be upgraded later

One Time

“Gut Check”

$199
buy once

  • 1x OlaWell testing kit
  • Food Intolerance Report:
    • Gut Microbiome Analysis & Profile
    • 200+ food intolerances analyzed
    • Food recommendations sorted in 3 groups
    • Gluten & Lactose Intolerance Reports
  • Shopping list

Annual Plan

Wellness Subscription

$29.99
per month

  • 2x OlaWell testing kits
  • Food Intolerance Report:
    • Gut Microbiome Analysis & Profile
    • 200+ food intolerances analyzed
    • Food recommendations sorted in 3 groups
    • Gluten & Lactose Intolerance Reports
  • Wellness Report
  • Choose from: Weight, Digestion, Mood and Immunity Management
  • Shopping list

You Are
What You Eat


The foods we eat change the composition of millions of bacteria lining our gut - the gut microbiome. In turn, an imbalance of good versus bad bacteria in our gut can cause a whole host of issues such as anxiety, leaky gut, obesity, or even issues with sleep. Science is rapidly progressing in this area. New connections are regularly discovered between previously unexplained ailments and the gut microbiome.

The good news is that if you start to understand your unique microbiome composition, making small mindful adjustments to your diet can rapidly improve the balance of your microbiome and help you feel better.

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Check the News From Our Blog


  • 02/ 2021

    The Role of the Gut Microbiome in the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Scientists think that a healthy microbiome could be one of the factors responsible for a lower fatality rate on COVID-19 patients and might be important to counteract the disease.

  • 04/ 2020

    6 Ways to Deal With Poor Digestion During Self-isolation

    Processed foods can be a comfort during a global pandemic, but are not a great choice for gut health. Eating more fiber and drinking plenty of water, as well as avoiding processed foods, can result in better and faster digestion.

  • 04/ 2020

    Self-isolation, Stress, and Sugar Cravings

    Social distancing and hours spent at home during the global pandemic can lead to overconsumption of processed food. Sugar cravings are very common during such situations.

  • 03/ 2020

    The Importance of The Human Microbiome Project in 2020

    It is necessary to characterize and analyze microorganisms making up microbiota in order to enhance our understanding of human genetics and physiological diversity. This was one of the primary goals of the Human Microbiome Project, which was launched in 2008 by the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI)  as an extension of the Human Genome Project.