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Concerned that you or a loved one have issues with food, but you’re not sure if it’s an eating disorder? It’s easy to feel overwhelmed when you don’t know what’s going on. You’re not alone. Take the first step now and complete the quiz below, then give us a call at 1-888-645-5323 or connect online to discuss your results.

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Take the first step now. Answer a few questions
and reflect on your responses.

For You

Answer these 6 questions honestly:

1. Do you feel like you sometimes lose or have lost control over how you eat?
2. Do you ever make yourself sick because you feel uncomfortably full?
3. Do you believe yourself to be fat, even when others say you are too thin?
4. Do food and/or thoughts about food dominate your life?
5. Do thoughts about changing your body or your weight dominate your life?
6. Have others become worried about your weight?

For Parents

Answer these 7 questions honestly:

1. Does it seem to you that your child has lost control over how they eat?
2. Does your child ever make themself sick because they feel uncomfortably full?
3. Does your child believe they are fat, even when others say they are too thin?
4. Do food and/or thoughts about food dominate your child’s life?
5. Do thoughts about changing their body or weight dominate your child’s life?
6. Are shared meals difficult because of your child’s eating behavior or comments about food, eating, or body image?
7. Are you or others worried about your child’s weight?

For Adult Family and Friends

Answer these 7 questions honestly:

1. Does it seem to you that your loved one has lost control over how they eat?
2. Does your loved one ever make themself sick because they feel uncomfortably full?
3. Does your loved one believe they are fat, even when others say they are too thin?
4. Do food and/or thoughts about food dominate your loved one’s life?
5. Do thoughts about changing their body or weight dominate your loved one’s life?
6. Are shared meals difficult because of your loved one’s eating behavior or comments about food, eating, or body image?
7. Are you or others worried about your loved one’s weight?

For Healthcare Professionals

Answer these 6 questions honestly:

1. Does your patient feel like they sometimes lose or have lost control over how they eat?
2. Does your patient ever make themselves sick because they feel uncomfortably full?
3. Does your patient believe themselves to be fat, even when others say they are too thin?
4. Do food and/or thoughts about food dominate your patient's life?
5. Do thoughts about changing their body or their weight dominate your patient's life?
6. Have others become worried about your patient's weight?

Quizzes adapted from the Scoff Questionnaire by Morgan, Reid & Lacy-BMJ, 1999.

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