Are “Hidden” Toxins Stopping Your Fat Loss?

Take the 2-Minute Body Toxicity Quiz and Find Out

Extensive research has shown that chemicals found in every day items like soaps, cleaning products and even foods leave you fatigued, overweight and suffering physically and emotionally.

What’s worse, these toxins in your body can lead to illness and disease, and make it virtually impossible to burn off stubborn fat. This means toxins could actually be STOPPING your weight loss by “trapping” fat in your body.

Take the free quiz and find out your body toxicity score right now. As a bonus you’ll also get the Top 10 Gut Cleansing Foods just for taking the quiz.

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For each question, select the button that most closely matches your level of agreement

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1. What is your gender?

2. What is your age?

3. What is your body type?

4. How often do you workout for 20 minutes or more?

5. What is your stress level at work?


6. How many processed foods do you eat a day (foods from a box, packaged or man made)?

7. Have you been diagnosed with food allergies or digestive problems (such as Crohn’s disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome or Leaky Gut Syndrome)?

8. How would you rate your skin?

9. How often do you get angry or ‘fly off the handle’?

10. How often do you drink alcohol?


11. How often do you have a bowel movement?

12. How often do you feel aches in your muscles and joints?

13. How much water do you drink?

14. What do you use to clean your home?

15. When do you feel tired?

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