Answer “Yes” or “No” to the following questions:

  1. Do you think weight loss is a good way to improve your health?
  2. Do you ever feel hopeless about your weight?
  3. Are you careful with what you eat so you don’t have to exercise?
  4. Do you want to lose weight quick no matter what?
  5. Would you feel guilty or worried if you ate three normal meals everyday?
  6. If you have lost weight on a diet, did you gain it back after the diet ended?
  7. When you start a diet do you intend for it to become a lifestyle change?
  8. Do you stop exercising when you are not dieting?
  9. Do you sometimes feel desperate to lose weight?
  10. Have you done the same diet or diet program more than once?
  11. When you’re on a diet, do you end up “cheating’?
  12. Do you define foods as “good” and “bad” or “healthy” and “unhealthy”?
  13. Is it difficult to accept yourself because of your weight?
  14. Are other people concerned about your weight?
  15. Do you weigh yourself on a regular basis?
  16. Have you ever binged when you’re on a diet or after the diet ends?
  17. Have you ever taken supplements, shakes or injections, used diet pills or considered or had surgery in attempt to lose weight?
  18. Has your weight become a central focus in your life?
  19. Have you been on more than 5 diets in your life?
  20. Do you think eating 1800 calories a day is too much for you?
  21. Is it only possible to be healthy if you’re not overweight?

If you answered “Yes” to 5 or more of these questions, call to schedule an assessment. Catching eating disorders early has the best response to treatment! 414-774-6878 ext. 121.