Welcome to the Body & Life You Love Quiz!
This assessment will rate you on how likely you are to find long-term success based on your current understanding of nutrition, fitness, and mindset. Once you get your score, we'll also walk you through the results and show you what you need to improve on to guarantee lifelong results!
Hi! What's your first name? *

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Section One: Diet

Diet is the first big piece of the puzzle and it's where a lot can go wrong very quickly. Let's do a rapid assessment on your understanding of a healthy diet.
Weight loss is all about calories-in versus calories-out. It's important to eat less and move more. *

Fat should be limited as much as possible, especially saturated fat. If you're going to eat fat, it's best to choose heart-healthy vegetable oils. *

Plants are the most nutritious things you can add to your diet. It's important to eat mostly fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. *

A decent breakfast choice would be a small cup of organic fruit, fat-free greek yogurt, and half of a whole grain bagel with light cream cheese. *

Juices and smoothies are a fantastic way to get more nutrients into your body, improve your health, detox, and lose weight. *

Section Two: Eating Patterns

We can't just assess what you think about nutrition. We also have to assess your approach to eating. Let's do a rapid eval on your eating mindset...
It's important to track your food and calculate calories, otherwise you have no measurement for how much you're eating versus how much you need to eat. *

It's important to moderate your eating using techniques like portion control or by using willpower and discipline to stay away from certain foods. *

It aids your metabolism to eat many small meals throughout the day. It's important to not go long stretches without food. *

When reading a nutrition label on a packaged food, the most important things to look at are: the calorie count, the amount of fat & saturated fat, and the amount of sugar. *

I'm confident in my body's ability to signal when I'm hungry or full. I trust my body, can identify its signals, and act accordingly. *

Section Three: Fitness & Exercise

Let's do a rapid assessment of your fitness and exercise beliefs and habits.
Doing lots of cardio is very important for reducing body fat. Running, triathlon training, or cardio boot camps are highly beneficial ways of getting in shape and staying in shape. *

I have 3 or more pieces of exercise equipment, or health and fitness products, going unused in my home right now. *

Looking great – getting real results – typically requires lots of intense, painful exercise. And doing that consistently requires willpower and discipline. *

I've been successful when someone was pushing me to succeed, such as a personal trainer. I need someone to hold me accountable long-term or I will never be successful. *

My exercise patterns tend to be linked to my eating habits. *

Example: If I eat poorly, it drives me to exercise to make up for it.
Example: If I eat poorly, it drives me to throw in the towel with exercise.
Example: If I eat well, I'm more motivated to exercise.
Example: If I eat well, it's a good excuse to skip a workout.

Section Four: Eating Psychology

Let's do a rapid assessment of your relationship with food.
I'm able to eat "junk foods" occasionally without triggering feelings of shame, guilt, regret, or fear of failure. *

I consistently struggle with cravings. I feel compelled to eat certain foods that are destructive to my goals. I feel like I need more willpower & motivation to be successful. *

When my hunger is emotional, I feel well-equipped to handle the situation in a healthy, functional manner. I'm able to consistently make choices that support my goals. *

Social situations don't tend to influence my eating choices. I rarely feel fear, pressure, or stress about food at social events. I rarely feel stress when it comes to social eating. *

I spend a lot of time thinking about food, my weight, or what I've eaten. I definitely use certain foods for comfort, control, or coping, especially when I'm really stressed. *

Section Five (Final): General Mindset

Mindset is a make or break factor. You can have all the right tools and information and still fail if your mindset is dysfunctional. It's okay, though, it's all repairable :)
I believe that my lack of success can be attributed in large part to a lack of self-control, motivation, willpower, or discipline (or all of the above). *

I tend to be an all-or-nothing kind of person. When I eat poorly or skip a workout I get down on myself. It often leads to more destructive behavior. I often throw in the towel after just a few early failures. *

I'm doubtful of my ability to succeed. I feel like I'm broken. I'm at war with my body. I think my failures are due in large part to my genetics. *

My "self-talk" is mostly functional, healthy, and respectful. I feel proud of the way I talk to myself and about myself, including the way I talk about my body and my eating choices. *

To be successful, I just need the right information. I can do this myself as long as I have the right advice. *

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