Who are we?

BIO & ME is part of AMILI, Southeast Asia's first and only gut microbiome company. We seek to advance human health through microbiome research, and are building the world's first database of Asia-based microbiome profiles.

We created BIO & ME because we believe everyone has the right to good gut health.

Built on Asia-centric data

Our microbiome insights, wellness indicators, and formulations are designed based on our database of gut profiles (Asia’s largest) and proprietary gut health scoring system.

Your unique profile determines how we recommend diets, lifestyle improvements, and probiotic formulations. Our dietary recommendations also focus on foods that are accessible and staples in this part of the world.

Assured Quality

BIO & ME probiotics are manufactured in a cGMP-certified facility in Australia with 400% more live probiotic strains than listed on the bottle. We use delayed-release capsules that are designed to release our unique blend closer to the large intestine, ensuring higher efficacy.

Our gut health test is routinely prescribed by leading clinicians. Our insights are internally validated by our team of scientists and externally verified by our scientific and medical advisory board.


Our scientists and medical advisors have vetted scores of microbiome pathway and metabolite research, and paired it with our Asia-centric database to provide you with an accurate insight into your gut health.

Our dietary recommendations and our probiotic formulations are also backed by a deep and extensive scientific review by the BIO & ME team.

Our Founders


Medical doctor, public health specialist, and healthcare executive focused on Asia

Dr Jeremy Lim


Gastroenterologist, and the first doctor to perform a Faecal Microbiota Transplant in Singapore

Dr David Ong


Gastroenterologist, and the first Singaporean doctor to undertake a fellowship in the gut microbiome

Dr Jonathan Lee


Group CEO of Pathology Asia Holdings

Dr Christopher Ting

Our Advisors


Leading expert in gastrointestinal and liver diseases in Malaysia and internationally

Emeritus Professor Dato' Dr Goh Khean Lee


Specialist in Gastroentology and Hepatology at the Bumrungrad International Hospital, Thailand

Assistant Professor Dr Pises Pisespongsa


Professorial Fellow, University of Melbourne, Gastroenterologist at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne

Professor Dr Michael Kamm


President, IBS Support Group of Singapore, and Adjunct Associate Professor at Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore

Adjunct Associate Professor Dr Reuben Wong

What doctors have to say about gut health

Good health starts with gut health. We now know many health conditions including diabetes, obesity, immune diseases are linked to poor gut health. Look after your gut and your gut will look after you.

Dr Tan Poh Seng

There are trillions of microbes in your gut and we now know these little bugs play a huge role in your health. Take care of them because there is no health without gut health.

Dr Kieron Lim

We are in the age of personalised or precision medicine. Whilst this has focused on human genetics, we must also examine the trillions of microbes in our gut which we now know to be so important in human health. They affect the way we digest foods and respond to medicines and are essential to precision medicine.

Dr Jonathan Lee

Hippocrates said 2,500 years ago that all diseases begin in the gut. Today we are realising just how true this is. We all have trillions of microbes in our gut which play crucial roles in health and disease. I predict gut microbiome testing will become an important part of patient management as we move toward precision and holistic approaches to managing diseases.

Dr David Ong