The Online Health Questionnaire to determine various imbalances within your body. The online health questionnaire will take approximately 4 minutes to complete has only 60 questions and covers three aspects.

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  1. Parasites
  2. Liver toxicity
  3. Environmental toxic buildup.

Keep in mind that many parasite infections can be dormant for a while, then suddenly become active and cause symptoms. Parasites go through several phases of development and can cause symptoms in different parts of the body, depending on what part of the cycle they are in. Check off all that apply to you.

Question #1: Do you eat smoked or pickled foods, e.g., sausage, lox, herring?

Question #2: Do you use plain tap water to clean your contact lenses?

Question #3: Are there dark circles around or under your eyes?

Question #4: Do you prefer fish or meat that is under cooked, i.e., rare or medium rare?

Question #5: Have you ever been to Mozambique, Israel, China, Russia, Asia, Europe or Central or South America?

Question #6: Does your pet sleep with you on the bed?

Question #7: Do you use a microwave oven for cooking (as opposed to reheating) pork, fish, or beef?

Question #8: Is your water supply from a mountainous area?

Question #9: Have you gotten a puppy recently?

Question #10: Do you forget to wash your hands after petting or cleaning up after your animals and before eating?

Question #11: Do you enjoy raw meat dishes like Italian carpaccio, steak tartare, or Middle Eastern kibbe?

Question #12: Do you prepare gefilte fish at home?

Question #13: Do you grind your teeth especially at night while you sleep?

Question #14: At home do you use the same cutting board for chicken, fish and meat as you do for vegetables?

Question #15: Do you frequently eat hotdogs made of pork?

Question #16: Do you have persistent acne, anorexia, anaemia, open ileocecal valve, skin Eruptions, PMS, bad breath, itching, pale skin, chronic fatigue, food intolerances, Sinus congestion, difficulty in breathing, oedema, bloody stools, ringing of the ears, anal itching, puffy eyes, palpitations, vague abdominal discomfort or vertigo?

Question #17: Do your pets eat from your plates?

Question #18: Have you ever swum in freshwater lakes, streams or ponds?

Question #19: Do you have a bluish cast around your lips?

Question #20: Do you regularly eat unpeeled raw fruits and vegetables in salads?

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Although the following symptoms can be related to Liver toxicity, they could also be occurring as a result of other illnesses. The liver is the organ that takes the most strain because it filters all our blood and it is the organ responsible for neutralising toxins Environmental or due to normal metabolism.  So how do you know if your liver is struggling? Check off all that apply to you.

Question #1: Are you taking drugs that suppress your immune system (such as cortisone or methotrexate)?

Question #2: Do you overheat (feel excessively hot) for no reason or consistently feel too hot when others feel normal?

Question #3: Do you take more than 3 courses of antibiotics a year or take pain killers (analgesic drugs) more than twice a week?

Question #4: Do you have a particular hate or love for sour things like vinegar?

Question #5: Do you feel uncomfortable on the right side of your body under the rib cage or find alcohol affects you more than most?

Question #6: Do you have trouble digesting fats and oils and feel uncomfortable after a greasy meal?

Question #7: Do you have high total cholesterol and high triglycerides score or had elevated liver enzymes on a liver function test in the last 12 months?

Question #8: Do you have acne rosacea (red flushing and pimples over the cheeks and nose)?

Question #9: Do you have gallstones or Have you had your gallbladder removed?

Question #10: Do you have big fluctuations in energy if you do not eat carbohydrates or get unpleasant symptoms (such as headaches, sweating, racing pulse and extreme fatigue) if you miss meals?

Question #11: Do you have a family history of liver problems that are not caused by alcohol?

Question #12: Look at your face (without make-up) at the area at the top of nose between the eye brows – is it a problem area? Such as – scaly or dry or greasy or spotty or discoloured (yellow or greenish) and/or itchy?

Question #13: Do you put on excess weight easily or have a large roll of fat around your upper abdomen – known as a liver roll or struggle to lose weight even when you try a strict diet?

Question #14: Do you get a little travel sick?

Question #15: Do you think you eat too much sugar or sugary foods, soft drinks or desserts and have strong cravings for sugar?

Question #16: Do you have multiple chemical and food sensitivities or a lot of headaches associated with nausea?

Question #17: Are you taking any prescription drugs on a daily basis, or taking drugs to lower cholesterol?

Question #18: Do you have recurrent bouts of nausea or vomiting that are unexplained?

Question #19: Do you get discomfort and nausea after eating fatty foods?

Question #20: Do you have bad breath or have a coated tongue?

Although the following symptoms can be related to environmental and heavy metal toxicity, they could also be occurring as a result of other illnesses. Environmental toxins have a tendency to go to and disrupt the immune, nervous and hormonal systems. This is where a majority of signs and symptoms are found. Check off all that apply to you.

Question #1: Do you ever feel Constant or very frequent periods of depression, Unexplained irritability, Sudden, unexplained or unsolicited anger, a Constant death wish or suicidal intent?

Question #2: Do you drink energy drinks more than twice per week?

Question #3: Are you a Frequent Airplane traveler?

Question #4: Are you feeling run down and just exhausted or does it feel like you’ve lost your drive and initiative?

Question #5: Are you Jumpy, jittery, nervous or have Unexplained chest pains or Tachycardia (rapid heart rate over 100 beats per minute)?

Question #6: Are you use or are you exposed to Pesticides or herbicides Adhesives, Flea treatments, Varnishes, Chemical Solvents, Welding or soldering, Metals (Lead, Mercury, Aluminium, Tin etc.), Paints, Photo developing / Dark room chemicals?

Question #7: Do you have Difficulty in making even simple decisions or Cold hands and feet, even in moderate/warm weather?

Question #8: Do you have Slower reaction time, Diminished learning and comprehension, Poor cognition or Poor attention span, Reduced co-ordination, Memory problems, short term memory loss, Constant or frequent Headaches or Brain fog?

Question #9: Do you regularly eat unfermented soya products?

Question #10: Do you spend more than 3 hours a day in the car?

Question #11: Do you have sensitivity to smells like petrol, perfume, paint, etc.?

Question #12: Do you have High fish or shellfish intake or Numbness and tingling in extremities, Twitching of face and other muscles ,Tremors or shakes of hands, feet, head, etc.?

Question #13: Do you eat fried foods three times per week or more?

Question #14: Do you spend time in busy traffic or run or bike to work along busy streets?

Question #15: Have you been exposed to treated lumber, lead paint, paint chips or dust, broken mercury thermometers or fluorescent bulbs, or other toxic substances you know of?

Question #16: Have you worked in manufacturing or fabricating metals, plastics, petroleum, rubber textiles, glass, ceramics, paper, electronics, hot-type printing, batteries, fiberglass?

Question #17: Do you consume fast foods, canned or packaged foods three times a week or more?

Question #18: Have you had root canals, tooth extractions, “silver” fillings, crowns, dental sealants, dentures, retainers, aligning trays, braces, mouth guards, dental implants, etc.?

Question #19: Have you ever had Candida-Related Complex (CRC) or yeast infections

Question #20: Do you ever have Unexplained rashes or skin irritations or Excessive itching, Frequent or recurring heartburn, Inability to handle caffeine or Sensitivity to medications or Sudden or unexplained Hair loss?

Disclaimer: The information contained herein is for educational and informational purposes only and should NOT be used as a substitute for the advice of a qualified healthcare provider.