For each question, think about your life and your symptoms during the past year. Do you have the experience Never, Rarely, Sometimes, Often, or Always?
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You have excellent gut health! Keep up the good work.
You have good gut health. You can benefit from the program.
You have average gut health. You may need to spend more time in the program.
You have poor gut health. You will need to spend additional time in the program.
I am constipated.
I feel bloated, especially after eating.
After eating, I get congested or I get phlegm in my throat.
After eating, I get heartburn or acid indigestion.
I get a lot of gas and flatulence, especially after eating.
My tongue is coated with a thick whitish film, especially in the morning.
In the morning, I feel foggy and muddled – I don’t have a clear head. It takes me a while to feel like I’m really awake.
My body feels heavy and slow.
I feel tired during the afternoon (starting around 2 p.m.), even when I had eight hours of sleep.
After eating, I feel out of breath. I tend to feel that something is not functioning properly in the body.
I feel lazy and unmotivated. I can’t seem to break out of this feeling of malaise.
I have congested sinuses or lungs, and/or lungs, and/or chronic allergies.
I feel mentally cloudy most days. I don’t have that “sharp mind” I used to have.
I tend to spit repeatedly or have a bad taste in my mouth.
I have a dull, heavy, achy feeling in my stomach, like I’m carrying a weight around.
I get colds and other minor viruses frequently. I seem to catch everything.
I don’t have a bowel movement everyday – maybe every other day, or even just once, twice, or three times per week.
I get out of breath from minor exertion, like stairs or walking fast.
Exercise, or physical exertion in general, exhausts me, rather than energizes.
Often, I have no taste for food and no real appetite.