Take this interactive quiz to help determine if you have a healthy attitude toward food and eating.
Can you eat when you are hungry and quit when you are satisfied?
Do you stop eating because you think you should (opposed to because your body is satisfied)?
Do you make food choices based on foods you enjoy?
Do you become physically uncomfortable (such as weak, tired, dizzy, a headache) when you under-eat or diet?
Do you feel that your food selections are a combination of “healthy foods” and “pleasurable foods”?
Do you have to eat in a certain pattern— always three meals a day or always at a certain time of the day?
Do you trust that if you eat when you are hungry and stop when you are satisfied, you will not get fat?
Do you feel guilty when you eat to the point that you are stuffed and uncomfortable?
Can you balance the time you give to thoughts about food, weight and dieting with other important aspects of you life, such as relationships, work and self-development?
Do you watch what other people eat and use that to determine what and how much you will eat?
Can you leave some cookies on the plate because you know you can have some tomorrow?
Do you usually pick foods based on their calorie content?
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