"I scored 17. I do think it has becomed a problem though. I count calories and exercise and don't seem to loose weight. I guess that has to be the reason why I'm so obsess. "
0 to 4: You may have a few eating issues, but they probably don’t interfere with your life.
5 to 13: Eating problems may be on the horizon—or, if you’re in the upper levels of this range, you have mild to moderate problems with eating. Click here for strategies experts recommend to help get your eating under control.
14-16: Your relationship with food is definitely a problem. Click here for strategies experts recommend to help get your eating under control. For more information about eating disorders, visit the National Eating Disorders Association.
17 and up: Your eating issues are compromising your health and well-being. See a physician or mental health professional for help. For information on finding a health professional in your area, visit www.nationaleatingdisorders.org or call The National Eating Disorders Association: 800-931-2237.
Adapted from Runaway Eating: The 8-Point Plan to Conquer Adult Food and Weight Obsessions by Cynthia Bulik, Ph.D., and Nadine Taylor, M.S., R.D. (Rodale 2005)