Hello ~ this is a simple dietary health quiz for you to do:
- There are 11 questions
- There are no right or wrong answers and this is about YOU, so answer what’s true, not what you think you ‘should’ do!
- If you skip a question, you get the chance to go back to it before you get your results
- If you want to go back to a question, click the ‘review button’ or click the question number; when done, click the ‘Quiz summary’ button to go back to the end.
- Click the ‘Finish Quiz’ button to reveal your score
Want feedback? When you see the results, you’ll see a short comment plus a link to a page with a recap and fuller comments.
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Unlike most quizzes, the lower you scored, the better!
If you have a low score, under 33%, that’s great! Keep it up.
If you have a medium (34-66%) or high (over 67%) score, there are plenty of changes you can make for better current and long term health, including eating real food (that is, making meals from scratch) most of the time and not eating ready made meals and sweet things at all or just on occasion as an emergency or treat.
For more information and comments on this quiz, click here.
If you would like some dietary advice, contact Feel fab Nutrition.
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Question 1 of 11
What type of diet do you usually follow?
Question 2 of 11
Do you have pre-diabetes or diabetes?
If you are not sure, click here to see the symptoms of diabetes; if yours match up, choose ‘maybe’ rather than ‘no’. [Opens in new tab/window.]
Question 3 of 11
What’s your take on your cholesterol levels?
(This question is assuming you don’t have the genetically-caused hypercholesterolaemia; if you do have it, and you will know if you do, tick the last choice.)
Question 4 of 11
Do you suffer with any of the following? Count one mark per bullet point, even if you have two or more things within that choice. (Don’t count one-offs.)
- Skin problems (dry, acne, rashes, infections, psoriasis, dandruff, athlete’s foot, red pimples, etc)
- Thrush or cystitis
- Poor memory/poor concentration
- Tender abdomen/muscles/breasts
- Tingling fingers/split nails/sore tongue
- Burning feet/sore heels/numb toes
- Lack of energy/disturbed sleep/teeth grinding
- Sensitivity to temperature/light/noise
- Cracked lips/cracks at corners of mouth
- Weight issues (over or under)
- Easy bruising
- Water retention/cellulite
- High blood pressure
- White marks on two or more finger nails
Question 5 of 11
Here we’re looking at minerals in your diet. Do you suffer with any of the following? Count one mark per bullet point, even if you have two or more things within that choice. (Don’t count one-offs.)
- Muscle cramps/tremors/spasms/twitches
- Insomnia/need for more than 8 hours’ sleep
- Tooth decay/several fillings
- Joint pain/inflammation/arthritis
- High or low blood pressure
- Palpitations (rapid heartbeat)
- Pale skin/anaemia/heavy periods
- Hair loss before expected/premature ageing
- Ill or off-colour several times a year
- Weight problems/cellulite
- Need for extreme sweetness/saltiness/spiciness (ie, find other foods ‘bland’)
- Poor vision/eye cataracts
- Swollen abdomen/diarrhoea
Question 6 of 11
How many of these do you do regularly?
- Fry using polyunsaturated oils (such as sunflower; please note, olive oil is not in this category)
- Make salad dressing using polyunsaturated oils
- Use low fat salad dressings/low fat condiments
- Eat low fat varieties/versions of foods (such as dairy products, mayonnaise, chicken without skin, etc)
- Eat savoury/sweet processed foods (ready meals, crackers, pizzas, bought biscuits and cakes, etc)
- Buy chips and/or battered fish from the chippie/fast food outlets
Question 7 of 11
After eating/drinking certain foods/drinks, do you suffer from loose bowels (runny poo)?
This means anything from very soft stools to diarrhoea. Generally you are looking for a change from the norm.
Examples of foods that might bring about these changes are caffeinated coffee, chili and other spices, wheat and milk – there are others, but those are common.
Question 8 of 11
From week to week, do you eat a wide variety of foods?
Question 9 of 11
How much alcohol* do you drink on weekly basis? (*Glasses of wine, pints of beer, shots of spirits, etc.)
Question 10 of 11
How often do you drink soft drinks and/or caffeine?
For the purposes of this question:
- Caffeinated drinks (CDs) include coffee, tea and energy drinks
- Soft drinks include hot chocolate (and similar), squashes, juices and fizzy drinks which contain sugar/sugar substitutes and don’t contain caffeine
Question 11 of 11
How many portions of grains do you eat/drink every day?
Grains include wheat, bulgar wheat, corn, oats, barley, quinoa, spelt and rice.
Include such items as bread, cereals, pastry, pasta, pizza, cakes, biscuits (cookies), crisps, beer made with malt, fried rice, puddings (deserts), burgers, and any processed foods (check the labels).