Another Kyberkompact Biome Analysis

A reader forwarded me their report and asked me to do an analysis and asked some specific questions about what can be done for some items. I had done an earlier post on another patients KyberKompakt Pro report — the results are very similar, consistent with what appears to be the usual shift away from normal seen in CFS patients. I would expect at least 90% of CFS patients to have very similar results (IMHO, this specific test is a good validation of a CFS diagnosis OR if dissimilar, suggests other issues may be occurring.


Each line means 10x, so E.Coli is 3 lines below the bottom of the normal range, or 10 x 10 x 10 – 1000 times less (not a little decrease).

How do the 2 sample compare?

  • E.Coli: < 1 x 104, < 2 x 104 – 100x less
  • Bifidobactrium:  7 x 106, 4 x 106 – 500x less
  • Lactobacillus: 2 x 106 (Normal), 2 x 104 – 10x less
  • Hydrogen Peroxide producing Lactobacillus: 2 x 104 (Normal), 2 x 104 – 5x less
  • Enterococcus spp: 2 x 105, 1 x 104 – 100x less
  • Akkermansis muciniphia:  5 x 104 , 8 x 104 – 10000x less
  • Faecalibacterium prausnitzi: 1 x 107 (100x less),1 x 109 (Normal)

Lactobacillus is always a problem because patients may be taking it as probiotics or yogurt before the testing. Also, the magnitude is much less than the other ones.

We also see that the pH is off significantly.

Addressing Akkermansis muciniphia shortage