Survey 1: Carbohydrate Intolerance

Carbohydrate Intolerance (CI) happens when people’s bodies are unable to properly metabolize the amount of carbohydrates they consume. Take the following survey to figure out if you are carbohydrate intolerant.

  1.    Do you experience poor concentration or sleepiness after meals?
  2.    Do you experience intestinal discomfort after meals? Especially Gas or Bloating.
  3.    Do you have polycystic ovaries? (Ovarian cysts).
  4.    Are you often hungry between or soon after meals?
  5.    Are you often fatigued? Once per week or more.
  6.    Do you sleep poorly? Don’t sleep uninterrupted for 7-9 hours.
  7.    Has your waist increased with age? Clothing fits tighter. Larger waist at bellybutton.
  8.    Do you have a low-fat or low-protein diet?
  9.    Do you crave sweets or caffeine daily?
  10. Do you have a personal or family history of chronic disease? Heart disease, stroke, cancer, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, etc.

Count the “YES” answers to the above questions. If you have 2 or more YES  answers, you are at a higher risk for CI. If you have less than 2 YES answers, you are at a lower risk for CI.

A higher level of risk doesn’t mean that you have a serious health condition. It means that due to your present situation (lifestyle, health, and habits), you are in danger of having a health condition associated with that risk factor

If you have a higher risk for CI:

Click the button below to take the Two-Week Test. We also recommend the following supplementary reading materials:

If you have a lower risk for CI:

Read more about our food guidelines, as well as how to recognize healthy and unhealthy foods. Click the button below to continue:

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