Setting the standard in gut health

Scientific research and clinical evidence are at the heart of everything we do. Why? Because your gut deserves the best.

Our fibre blends are based on over a decade of research at MIT and developed by our in-house team of gut microbiome scientists and dietitians. Our unique formulations are patent-protected, so you won’t find them anywhere else. They’re extensively tested, clinically proven and trusted by NHS clinicians.

We’re so confident in the power of our blends, that we’ve invested over a million pounds in clinical trials. You can see from the results that myota will change your health for the better. No gimmicks. No empty promises. Just data you can trust.

Our in-vivo studies have been peer-reviewed and published in renowned journals. For us, gut health is just the beginning. We've been able to show how prebiotic fibre can change your physical and mental health for the better. And that's in just a few weeks. By upping your prebiotic fibre intake, you're not only keeping your microbiome happy, but your brain and immune system too. Our rigorous approach and deep expertise in this field are why leading Universities and gut-health clinics choose myota as their partner.


See what just 4 weeks of myota can do


of people had more regular bowel movements


of people felt less bloated


more than 60% of people noticed an improvement in mood and mental wellbeing

Our research shows that myota fibre reduces blood sugar spikes.

28% reduction in blood sugar levels when taking myota with a meal

Stabilises your energy levels and keeps you feeling fuller for longer by reducing blood sugars

The science behind the benefits

Fibre and regulating chronic inflammation

The SCFA butyrate has been singled out for its key role in reducing inflammation, most notably in Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Read more about butyrate, its anti-inflammatory effects and the research into it.

Fibre for a healthy metabolism

Thought to be an important tool in the prevention, and even the reversal, of Type 2 diabetes. Fibre can reduce glucose spikes after a meal and lower cholesterol levels, a key risk factor in heart disease. Studies have also shown that an increase in butyrate has been linked to glucose control and insulin sensitivity. Read more about this study.

Mental well-being and fibre

We’re already aware of the strong link between our gut and our brain. Like rushing to the bathroom when we’re stressed. Now, microbial SCFAs have been linked to improved mental well-being. From how we manage anxiety, stress and depression to how our brains age as we age. Find out more about those studies.

Our scientific team

myota is founded by a team of scientists who have spent over 10 years conducting groundbreaking research into the gut microbiome

Dr Thomas Gurry, PhD

Dr Thomas Gurry, PhD


PhD in Computational and Systems Biology from MIT

Postdoctoral researcher at the MIT Center for Microbiome Informatics and Therapeutics

Active researcher on fibre fermentation by the gut microbiome

Dr Caitlin Hall, APD, PhD

Dr Caitlin Hall, APD, PhD

Chief Dietitian and Head of Clinical Research

PhD in gut microbiology and neurosciences at the University of Queensland, AU

Accredited Practising Dietitian (BENS, MSc Dietetics)

BDA Gastroenterology Specialist Group