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What are your symptoms telling you?
When you slow down and start listening to your body, you’ll be amazed at how much it is telling you. We are often so busy and focused on other things, we forget to pay attention to our health and the symptoms that we’re experiencing. Every symptom you experience is a sign that something is out of balance.
Much of your health relies on your digestive system. If you are unable to digest food and absorb nutrients adequately, the rest of your body suffers.
Take the Digestive Health Quiz below to discover your gut health score and how you can improve it! 


Do you relate to any of these…

  • ️My bowel movements jump back and forth between constipation and diarrhea.
  • I am often so bloated I feel 5 months pregnant.
  • I’ve been given a diagnosis of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).
  • I often feel fatigued after eating.
  • I have to always pay attention to where the bathrooms are when out and about.
  • Reflux or indigestion are a regular occurrence for me.
  • I feel uncomfortable or embarrassed by my gas.
  • I want to feel good again and stop worrying about my digestion.
  • I struggle with skin conditions that I would like to heal.
  • I am no stranger to anxiety or depression.
  • I struggle with allergies (food or environmental
If you can relate to any of these or many other health issues, take a few minutes to complete the Digestive Health Quiz to help narrow down your root causes! 
Click the “next” button below to begin!

Welcome to your Digestive Health Quiz

I take meds for or struggle with acid reflux or indigestion.
I suspect food sensitivities.
I have a drop in energy or feel drugged after eating.
I suffer from migraine headaches.
I have loose stools or diarrhea.
I have undigested food in my stools.
I have eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis, allergies, asthma, or hives.
My heart races after eating certain foods.
I  have muscle or joint aches and pains that are not due to an injury.
I have sinus drainage and phlegm or allergies year around.
I get full very quickly when I eat.
My bowels jump back and forth between constipation and diarrhea.
I have been diagnosed with SIBO or IBS or Candida.
I feel nauseous after eating or other times throughout the day.
My abdomen feels bloated or distended.
I take meds for acid reflux or to help with digestion.
I get yeast infections or other fungal infections.
In my life, I've been on antibiotics...
I seem to react to foods, no matter what I eat.
I suspect I have leaky gut.
I get congested or sneeze after eating.
I have seasonal allergies, food allergies, or asthma.
I frequently had antibiotics up to age 20 or recently.
Symptoms started after food poisoning or diarrhea while/after travelling.
I have been diagnosed with an autoimmune disease.
I struggle with anxiety or depression.
I have skin issues such as eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, acne.
I suspect or know I have food sensitivities.
I burp, belch, or have gas.
Food feels like it sits in my stomach.
I struggle with skin rashes, hives, eczema.
I have sluggish bowels or constipation.
I struggle digesting fatty or greasy foods.
I have a dry cough, hoarse or sore throat.
I need antacids or take meds for acid reflux.
I feel cleaned out when I have a bowel movement.
I have gallbladder issues or have had it removed.

You've finished the Digestive Health Quiz! 


Digestive issues can often be frustrating and confusing because there a many factors that play into your gut health. This quiz narrows down several common root causes (food triggers, leaky gut, bacterial imbalance...) based on your symptoms so that you have an idea of where to start! 


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Inflammation to Gut Healing

*The discomfort from all the inflammation in my body was escalating to a pain that was difficult to tolerate. Through Leslie introducing me to food that I enjoy and eliminating food that isn’t easy to digest, my gut is healing and the discomfort and pain is minimal and will keep decreasing as things keep improving! It’s exciting to get to a place of feeling good and feeling that way long term.

– Kristi H.