A microbiological stool analysis is carried out in order to examine the functional efficiency of the intestinal flora, gall bladder and pancreas.

The intestine represents our largest area of contact with the environment. With a surface of 400 to 500 m², it is colonized by 1015 bacteria that pertain to our body’s own intestinal flora. The major portion of the so-called bowel-associated immune system is located in the intestines. A microbiological stool analysis is carried out in order to examine the functional efficiency of the intestinal flora, gall bladder and pancreas.