Self-Assessment Quizzes


Over the years, I’ve developed a number of questionnaires to help people better understand their health status. It’s important to note that they’re not a diagnostic tests and should not be used to diagnose any conditions. They’re just tools to help assess if and how much you may be affected by these conditions. After the quiz we can connect and figure out how to address the core cause(s) behind these conditions. They don’t take long and you’ll feel better knowing more about your condition.


Adrenal burnout is all too common in our society. Some of the symptoms include: fatigue, weight gain, insomnia, irritability, and mood swings. If you suffer from any of these conditions, the following questionnaire will help to identify your personal stress level.

Take The Adrenal Stress Hormone Self-Quiz


Stable blood sugar is vital to healthy, balanced brain chemistry. Insufficient glucose in the brain causes brain degenerate and poor brain function. Likely symptoms include: frequent thirst, non-menopausal night sweats, mood swings, nervous eating, craving of carbs or sweets, headaches and sensitivity to bright lights. If your mood seems to depend on your meals, take this quiz to see if blood sugar instability is indicated.

Take The Blood Sugar Self-Quiz


Gluten intolerance has been found to be most common among people of Irish, English, Scottish, Scandinavian, and Eastern European. It’s often assumed that gluten intolerance is a food allergy. Not so. It’s actually an autoimmune process, which affects an alarming percentage of the population. The most significant symptoms are weight gain, fatigue and depression. If you suspect that you might be affected by gluten intolerance, take this quiz.

Take the Gluten Intolerance Self-Quiz


Toxins are increasingly common in our environment. Often we’re exposed to them without realizing it. Long-term exposure can overcome our natural defenses against them. Common symptoms of toxic exposure include: yellowish cast to your eyes, easy bruising, intense body odor, itchy skin that’s worse at night, and abdominal pain. Explore further by filling out this questionnaire.

Fillout the Toxicity Exposure Questionnaire


Leaky gut syndrome can be difficult to diagnose. However, it has been associated with several serious conditions. You may be suffering from leaky gut syndrome if you have these symptoms: constipation and/or diarrhea, abdominal pain or bloating, mucous or blood in your stool, joint pain or swelling, chronic or frequent fatigue or tiredness, sinus or nasal congestion, eczema, skin rashes or hives. Take our quiz to find out more.

Take The Leaky Gut Self-Quiz


From yeast overgrowth to SIBO, gastrointestinal issues can range from merely uncomfortable to debilitating. Some indicative symptoms include: gas, bloating, diarrhea, constipation, abdominal pain and cramping. Take our quiz to see if you’re a likely candidate for gastrointestinal testing.

Take The SIBO, Yeast, and Parasite Self-Quiz