Scientific Diet Quiz Health Score

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*Calculate your safe minimum, mid-range, and maximum weight

*Calculate the healthy amount of protein your unique genetic body composition, metabolism, exercise, and lifestyle requires daily, along with carbs (sugar, starch, soluble fiber, insoluble fiber) and fats

*Calculate a safe, sustainable weight loss calorie deficit relative to your unique genetic body composition to successfully lose weight

*Understand which diet, in general, is best for you in the short and long term relative to your unique genetic scientific body type

*Learn which diet is best for weight loss in terms of your unique genetic body composition

*Learn the benefits of understanding the Glycemic Index (GI)  — how carbohydrates/glucose affects the body — and how it can help with weight management and health, including weight loss and weight gain

Is your diet healthy? Low-carb? High-carb? Low-fat? High-fat? High-protein? Are you a vegan, vegetarian, pescatarian, omnivore, carnivore, or such? What does the current science say? The Scientific Diet Quiz wrangles the latest dietary science data, evidence, and facts to accurately calculate your scientific diet health score using a proprietary algorithm.


The Scientific Diet Quiz determines the health of your current diet.

Scientific Diet Quiz Health Score, Digital Scientific Health Quizzes - Blue Zone Mediterranean Diet, Low Carb LongevityHealthy longevity is the scientific standard when it comes to understanding what diet is best for your unique genetic scientific body type (body composition and shape). Globally, there are five (5) Blue Zones where healthy longevity is common. Common meaning most people living in these zones live healthy, vibrant lives well into their hundreds (100 years old plus), also known as centenarians, without the need for pill-popping/allopathic drugs.

These Blue Zones are located in:

*Okinawa Prefecture, Japan

*Nuoro Province, Sardinia, Italy

*the Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica

*Icaria, Greece, and

*Loma Linda, California, United States

Extensive scientific research has confirmed that human beings living in these Blue Zones are the healthiest and live the longest because of their unique vegetarian/vegan-heavy omnivore diet (as well as exercise and lifestyle), including the Blue Zone Mediterranean Diet. Getting the proper daily amount of macronutrients — protein, fat, water, and carbohydrates including fiber — as well as micronutrients including vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, is key. Is a low-carb or high-carb the best choice for your unique genetic body composition and weight management, be it losing weight or gaining weight, or both? Maybe a low-fat diet is best? Or, perhaps a high-protein diet or even a high-fat diet is best?

Which Diet is Best for You and Your Unique Genetic Body Composition? – Scientific Diet Quiz (Scientific Health Quizzes App)

The History of the Low-Carb Diet - Scientific Diet Quiz, Digital Scientific Health QuizzesThe science is clear. A calorie is NOT a calorie; food type, quality, and quantity matter. And, eating a low-carb, clean, whole-food diet rich in high-quality calories including high-quality proteins, fats, and fiber carbs  – like a low-carb version of the Mediterranean Diet  – is the key to wrangling insulin (glucose regulatory hormone) and insulin resistance, in general. A low-carb diet typically ranges between 37 and 150 grams of carbs per day, although some are less, and what is best for you depends on your unique genetics and body composition.

The type of carb matters. Refined carbs (sugar, flour, etc.) from fast, junk, and processed foods benefit no one and should be avoided. High Glycemic Index (GI) carbs should be avoided by people who are genetically prone to insulin resistance (diabetes) and being overweight or obese. Low-GI foods and fiber carbs are best. The body can break down protein and fats into glucose through gluconeogenesis.

For most people, to achieve safe, sustainable, successful regular fat (white fat/yellow fat/excess fat) weight loss, focus on a bullseye of 37 grams of carbs, mostly fiber carbs. As well, for most people, without the requirement of a safe calorie deficit, religiously counting calories, or even exercising (although exercise is very important for overall health, not just weight loss).

Other Diet Options

For some people, the Keto Diet (low-carb, high-fat) is a better choice. Yet, for others, the Atkins Diet (low-carb, high-protein) or Glycemic Index (GI) Diet (low-carb, chart) is best. But, scientifically, low carb is overall the best diet in general and for weight loss for most people — while avoiding fast, junk, and processed foods (empty calories and low-quality calories that negatively affect insulin and eventually lead to insulin resistance if consumed too much, which most Americans consume way too much of every day) — to control insulin/resistance to lose regular fat weight, maintain weight, and be healthy in the short and long term.

You can even safely incorporate intermittent fasting or regular fasting.

Inappropriate, unsafe calorie deficits (starving your body) lead to a slowed metabolism, lost priceless genetic default muscle/mass, damaged health, and once you start eating normally again, you will gain back all the regular fat weight and likely more. Do not starve your body.

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