Test your poop to find out your state of health

Having acute loose stools, diarrhoea or poor digestion could be a sign that there is an imbalance in one’s gut microbiome. PHOTO: ISTOCKPHOTO
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SINGAPORE - Finance executive Kelvin Song is one of several hundred people here who have had their guts analysed. His wife and two sons have had it done too.

They ordered test kits from Singapore start-up AMiLi, short for Asian Microbiome Library, and sent in samples of their poop for testing. As part of the service, they received a detailed report on the state of their gut microbiome.

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