So the ubiome test...can one find out information on what probiotic strains are missing from their GI track compared to a healthy person by taking it?
A uBiome test compares your gut flora makeup to the average. They tell you which common "families of bacteria" you're high or low in.
Let's look at humans, we're in the "family" of Hominidae as are all other monkeys and apes within scientific classifications. So knowing the family of bacteria isn't very specific. I think it's very hard to look at a uBiome report and know what probiotic strain to take. As a strain of probiotic is a very specific thing, and that report isn't that precise.
The report has good information but it's not easy for a layman, like you or I, to know how to take action.