Are You a Healthy Eater? Take This 2-Minute Quiz

A lot of people think about eating healthy. Actually doing it is another story.
What about you? Are you eating healthy enough?

The point of this quiz is to have fun and perhaps learn something about yourself and the topic. Therefore don’t sweat too much on the questions. Quick guesses are fine! Remember that all quizzes have a built-in bias. Don’t forget to click through to discover what your answers mean!

Note: All questions regarding food intake refer to the last 24 hours.


1. How many fresh fruits and vegetables are in your fridge or on your kitchen counter right now? Score 5 points for each one. (You would be amazed at the average.)

2. How many of those fresh fruits or vegetables have you eaten in the last 24 hours? Score another 10 point for each serving.

3. How many green salads or green smoothies have you eaten? 10 point each.


4. How many packages of junk food have you eaten? TAKE AWAY 10 points for each serving. Junk food will be defined here as commercially manufactured food coming in packages and containing sugar, high fructose corn solids and/or salt and oils.

5. How many times have you included healthy fats? Score 10 points for virgin coconut oil or olive oil or flax to a maximum of 30.

6. How many gluten free, non-mono cultured grains or seeds serving have you eaten in whole food form?



7. How many times have you eaten a meal and been AWARE of the acid/alkaline balance within it, whether food is combined appropriately the sodium/potassium balance or the live food factor? Score 10 points for each.

8. How many times have you eaten healthy sit down meals AND done so in the company of happy friends or family? 20 points

9. How many times have you had sustained activity (over 10 minutes) in the fresh air? 10 points.


10. How often do you look at a food or put your attention on it and your body tells you that it is appropriate? Score 20 points.

Next Page: Explanation of the questions and what your score means.

Explanation of the Questions and Answers

1. We have been asking groups this question for over 20 years and the usual answer is JUST THREE TO FIVE fresh fruits and vegetables in their kitchen. If you are reading this quiz – chances are, you have more than this.

2. Most people don’t even reach the old government recommended standard of eating 5 servings per day. The US government is now suggesting 7-13 cups per day and many other countries have similar recommendations. This is one area where MORE IS BETTER.

3. Greens are perhaps one of the most concentrated nutrition within the vegetable category. Check out all the benefits here: Power Up Your Day Like Popeye. Also, a green smoothie is a great way to start your day with a high live alkaline nutritional punch.

4. It’s funny how almost everyone KNOWS that junk food is unhealthy for us but we eat it anyway! Here is Diana’s rant on the subject and her video description of Real Food vs Junk Food. Breaking the rules once a week or so is fine, but every day is not!

5. Some health experts argue that unhealthy fats in our diet are the most deadly things we can eat. This situation is easily remedied by SWITCHING to healthy cold pressed virgin olive oil, coconut oil or flax oil. Each one of these oils has a huge list of health benefits.

6. Seeds are powerhouses of life and nutrition. They contain everything needed to grow a new plant and they offer the same life giving properties to man if they are not excessively tampered with. Monocultured grains have had the wild reactive ‘intelligent’ genes and good nutrition breed out of them.
Quinoa anyone?

7. Acid/alkaline balance, digestive food-combining, and sodium potassium balance involve a certain degree of complication to learn. Once you understand the principles though, and have had practice implementing those principles, they can even make food planning simpler. That being said, most people will not bother unless they have some kind of a health challenge or important health goal to reach. Then it’s time to bring out these big guns!

8. Nourishment comes in many forms. Happiness and positive relationships have profound effects on the body. All ancient healthy cultures have traditions of coming together to “break bread.” This 8000 year old salutation still rings true today.

Let us eat together.
Let us be together.
Let us be vital together
Radiating the light of truth.

9. Outside exercise is related to the broader aspects of nourishment. It brings about all the obvious benefits of exercise plus the added elements of sun, stars, and fresh air.

10. Wouldn’t it be nice not to have to follow ANY rules? To eat what you like and to find out that what you like turns out to be the perfect food for you. That is the ultimate goal. Your body often knows more about what it needs than your mind.

Unfortunately, most people’s lives are so chaotic and stressed and our bodies are so unbalanced that even if we were listening we might not get clear or accurate insights. That is where food rules and principles come in. They point our attention in the right direction until we can do it on our own

What Your Score Means:

Less than 100 – You are flirting with danger.

100 – 200 – Good for you

200 or more – Maybe YOU should have written this article!

Remember what I said about all quizzes having bias. Standardized IQ tests have been developed and refined for decades and given to millions and there is still much controversy about what they are really measuring.

WHAT WAS YOUR SCORE? Do you think you eat healthy?

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Kathy Perez
Kathy Johnson4 years ago

160, although if I took this tomorrow it would be much better, since we do grocery shopping tonight, and I just mentioned to my guy how empty our produce drawers are getting...

Tim C.
Tim C4 years ago


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Tim C4 years ago


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Tim C4 years ago


Fi T.
Past Member 4 years ago

Eat well to stay well

Elena T.
Elena Poensgen4 years ago

Thank you :)

Irene Joy Acain
Irene Joy Acain4 years ago

I actually took this test and it figures I'm in the middle point of eating and being healthy. nice quiz!

Deirdre G.
Deirdre G4 years ago

frozen or tinned vegetables are better for us in some ways as they have been packed before they have had a chance to lose the nutritional content. they are also cheaper & easier to add to meals while cooking, without the preparation involved so I keep both tinned and frozen for regular use. it is particularly useful in Ireland where we do not have a great variety of fresh produce and items from other countries are quite expensive.

Deirdre G.
Deirdre G4 years ago

I try to eat healthily but I get cravings for so many savoury foods which are mostly bad for me.

Syd H.
Syd H4 years ago

1. Squash, sweet potato, potato, basil, arugula, lettuce, Portuguese spinach, ginger, garlic, onion, leek, spring onion, tangerine, loquat, peas, tomato, pea pods, banana, avocado, lemon, blood orange... 21 x 5 = 105 points

2. 15 x 10 = 150 points

3. 2 green salads (would have smoothie but no blender currently) = 20

4. ::sigh:: some potato chips :( - 10

5. Fresh organic cold-pressed local olive oil 3 x 10 = 30

6. 2, brown rice, quinoa (but what is the score?)

7. Um... well I am aware of alkaline & acid so eat for alkaline (hence all the great greens; no animal products) but I do not think about it.

8. All meals are healthy, but 2 with friends so 2 x 20 = 40

9. 3 x 10 = 30

10. Oh boy, all the time! I love good food now that I understand it.

So, for those things I can score 375 - 10 for the chips = 365.
Do I think I eat healthy...? for the most part, yeah. Much better than I used to, but then I was sick, so sick, all the time. Not anymore. But, I could still do better. I felt fab when I was all raw. Nothing tastes better than feeling good.