SUMMARY OF YOUR GUT COMMUNITY COMPOSITION! Thank you for the important role you played in our study of the human gut microbiome. We would like to share with you a summary of the proportions of the dominant phyla living in YOUR gut microbiome. The pie charts below show the breakdown of the bacteria in your gut (on the left) compared to the average within the TwinsUK Cohort (on the right). As you can see, the most abundant phyla in the TwinsUK cohort are the Firmicutes and Bacteroidetes, which is also the case in most human gut microbiome studies. Below the pie charts is a table showing for each of the dominant phyla, the percent of all TwinsUK participants that have the same, or a lower proportion of those microbes than you do. For example, there are 80.20 percent of TwinsUK participants that have a lower than or equal proportion of Euryarchaeota in their gut microbiome than you do. In the plot on the lower right, each dot represents the microbial community within a fecal sample from a TwinsUK participant. The plot shows how similar each microbial community is to all others in the study. The red asterix shows where you lie relative to other TwinsUK participants.