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Please note that this is a basic, online quiz and is not intended as a diagnosis or treatment plan, nor is it meant to replace your relationship with a primary care physician. 


Per your answers, you have a lower chance of having a gut infection.  

Congratulations, your gut has very few warning symptoms, and that's great.  Keep up the good work!  You are probably practicing some great habits for your health, and have been for a while.  Or you just have great genes that have keep you in good shape so far!

At Women's Wellness Collaborative, we are passionate about three things: community, education, and action.  

In my own health, and as I advise clients, I encourage a continual process of learning and experimentation with health. Trying out recipes, playing around with meal spacing or increasing chewing - these things can dial in our health more and more, and this benefits us as we age.

Even though you are already rockin' some good habits, we'd love for you to learn more about the gut in a series of hormones/ gut health emails we are sending along. You can opt out at any time, but I think you'll find this information pretty unique and inspiring.

Don't forget to check your promotions or junk folder.  We may have landed there but you can move us over!

In the meantime, feel free to explore our blog or subscribe to our podcast.  

We're happy to have you!

Bridgit Danner, FDNP

Founder of Women's Wellness Collaborative