Leaky Gut Assessment

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Intestinal Permeability or Leaky Gut is real and defined as a condition where the lining of the small intestine becomes damaged, causing undigested food particles, toxic wastes and bacteria to "leak" through the intestines and flood the bloodstream setting off a cascade of protective immune responses. One reason why leaky gut has been hard to identify is that its bodily impact is not limited to the gastrointestinal tract – it impacts the brain, thyroid, immune system, skin, and joints and varies based on a person’s genetic and epigenetic expressions.

This Assessment presents questions that your healthcare practitioner can use to determine if further testing for leaky gut is warranted. Assessment brought to you by Dr. Jack Tips (Ph.D., C.C.N.).



Disclaimer: This personal assessment is not diagnostic of any health condition. It is designed to help licensed health practitioners organize varied body occurrences that, when viewed as an organized whole, may lead to a common factor.



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Metabolic Health Assessment

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This assessment presents questions that your healthcare practitioner can use to determine which body systems require further investigation. It is brought to you by Biotics Research Corporation.

Instructions: Enter your information below. Rate each of the following symptoms based upon your typical health profile.

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Parasites Quiz

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For the past few years, there has been a major increase in public awareness of parasites and the role they cause in many diseases including cancer and multiple sclerosis. There are multiple causes for each symptom listed in the following questionnaire, not just parasites. Parasite symptoms must be viewed as a syndrome. Take this quiz to find out right now if you are likely struggling with Parasites. In this questionnaire, by Dr. Jack Tips, we assign points to the presence (or lack) of each symptom and see if a pattern develops.

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Disclaimer: This personal assessment is not diagnostic of any health condition. It is designed to help licensed health practitioners organize varied body occurrences that, when viewed as an organized whole, may lead to a common factor.