Allergies are a series of allergic phenomena caused by some allergic factors in our
exposure environment that originally have little effect on the general population.
Over-reaction of body against allergens may lead to asthma, allergic rhinitis, atopic
dermatitis and food allergies. Symptoms may include runny nose, itchy rash, red
eyes, difficulty in breathing, etc. In recent years, studies have found that intestinal
microbiota and allergies are also closely related.
Eczema is a skin reaction disorder caused by allergies. Symptoms include itching,
redness and blisters on the patient's skin. In severe cases, skin weeping and thickening
may occur. Eczema is a very troublesome disease for modern people.
Recent scientific research has found that the gut microbiota is related to allergy/
eczema. When the proportion of harmful bacteria in the intestine is higher than that of
healthy individuals, the risk of developing allergy/eczema increases. Conversely, if the
proportion of beneficial bacteria is higher than in other healthy individuals, the risk of
allergy/eczema is reduced. For example, excessive Staphylococcus aureus in the
intestine alters the microbial distribution and metabolic response of intestinal
bacteria. Such change will increase the risk of food allergy, asthma, allergic
rhinitis and eczema. As a result, understanding the allergic and eczema related
bacteria in your gut can reduce your risk of developing allergic-related
This test will use the qPCR technique to analyze your gut micorbiota which are related
to eczema and allergy . This test also quantitatively detects six probiotics, which can
inhibit the growth of pathogenic bacteria and then promote the gut microbiota
Suitable for individuals aged 3 or above, who have symptoms of eczema or
allergy, or are concerned about gut health
Disclaimer: This test is for reference only but not for clinical diagnosis. It is necessary to consult the medical