Home Testing You Can Trust
Home testing you can trust without the need for blood draws.
Anti-Viral Properties of Colostrum for Respiratory Tract Infections
A digestion from the comprehensive review paper: Effects of Bovine Immunoglobulins on Immune Function, Allergy, and Infection with specific attention to viruses and upper respiratory tract infections.
Organic Colostrum for Gut Health
Bio.Revive™ Colostrum: An organic, high-welfare bovine colostrum for gastrointestinal health.
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When is barrier function a relevant clinical consideration?
The importance of an effective physical and immune barrier at the site of host-microbiome interactions cannot be downplayed. Our solution is Bio….
Vaginal Microbiome Probiotic: Bio.Me Femme V
Bio.Me™ Femme V – Our vaginal health probiotic containing keystone Lactobacillus species
Changes to our Gastrointestinal Microbiome Offerings
On behalf of Invivo Healthcare, I’d like to address a recent change to our gastrointestinal microbiome offerings. Invivo no longer sell the GI-MAP, we now only offer GI EcologiX …
New Bio.Clear™ Microbia GI
Our new anti-microbial botanical blend for dysbiotic microbiome(s)
Phylo Bioscience X Invivo
This is one of the most exciting moments in Invivo’s history. In 2018 we made the decision to invest in starting Phylo Bioscience, a microbiome and biotech laboratory based out …
The Science Behind The EcologiX™ Profiles
The methodology, quality and accuracy measures behind the EcologiX™ profiles, and the importance of pattern and context recognition.
Pattern and Context Recognition
Pattern and context recognition is a critical part of the interpretation of microbiome results – these are ecosystems in which organisms are interdependent on their environment. Here we explain what …
Key Bacteria for Vaginal Health
The microbiota of healthy premenopausal women is generally dominated by Lactobacillus species, which is an accepted marker of vaginal health and indicates functional host-microbial interactions.
Oral EcologiX™ | Host-Microbiome Analysis
The majority of oral microbiota species exist within a complex multispecies structure termed the oral biofilm (dental plaque). The development of oral biofilms is initiated by adherence of pioneer species …