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Are you worried that you may have an addiction to food? Do your eating habits feel compulsive, out of control, embarrassing, or scary? This short assessment may help you determine whether or not you have a food addiction. Select the number that corresponds best with your feelings, either about the frequency you perform a behavior or how much you agree or disagree with a statement. For lots of people, this is the first step towards curbing your addiction and enjoying successful permanent weight loss and a better life!
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60% – Probable
There is a high likelihood that you are dealing with a food addiction. You will likely find the book to be very helpful in combating your habits. If you need additional help overcoming your compulsive eating, the author is available to help you!
40-60% – At Risk
Some of your eating behaviors are potentially problematic and may contribute to addictive eating habits in the future. The book can help you keep these behaviors in check and nip any food addiction symptoms in the bud.
Under 40% – Unlikely
Based on your quiz results, your eating behaviors are more or less normal and you most likely don’t have an addiction to food. If you feel strongly that your eating is out of control, however, you will find the book helpful. While there are commonalities among food addicts, not everyone experiences food addiction the exact same way. You know yourself best.
- Question 1 of 15
I eat when I’m angry, anxious, depressed, or bored.
- Question 2 of 15
I use food to change my mood.
- Question 3 of 15
I am in control during mealtime, only to eat non-stop from after dinner to bedtime.
- Question 4 of 15
I feel like my eating habits are frequently out of control.
- Question 5 of 15
I sometimes go for a log time without eating, but once I start, I can’t stop.
- Question 6 of 15
I am a secret eater.
- Question 7 of 15
I hoard food.
- Question 8 of 15
I tend to eat more when I’m alone and I hide my overeating from friends and family.
- Question 9 of 15
I’ve tried lots of fad diets and lost weight on them, but always gained it right back.
- Question 10 of 15
I’ve tried to change my eating habits but without any long-term success.
- Question 11 of 15
I’m frustrated and angry about my weight, but nothing changes, no matter what I do.
- Question 12 of 15
I binge eat past the point of physical discomfort.
- Question 13 of 15
I eat normally at breakfast and lunch only to overeat at dinner and snack all evening.
- Question 14 of 15
The thought of being called a food addict embarrasses me.
- Question 15 of 15
I plan my day around zoning out with food.
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