During the last 3 months, did you have any episodes of excessive overeating (i.e., eating significantly more than what most people would eat in a similar period of time)?
Do you feel distressed about your episodes of excessive overeating?
Now please answer the following set of questions thinking about the past 3 months.
During your episodes of excessive overeating, how often did you feel like you had no control over your eating (e.g., not being able to stop eating, feel compelled to eat, or going back and forth for more food)?
Over the last 3 months, during your episodes of excessive overeating, how often did you continue eating even though you were not hungry?
Over the last 3 months, during your episodes of excessive overeating, how often were you embarrassed by how much you ate?
Over the last 3 months, during your episodes of excessive overeating, how often did you feel disgusted with yourself or guilty afterward?
Over the last 3 months, how often did you make yourself vomit as a means to control your weight or shape?
The results indicate that your symptoms are highly consistent with BED.
You are not alone. More than 100,000 other Canadians have taken this self-assessment.
BED is a condition that should be diagnosed by a doctor. Based on your self-assessment results, you may wish to see your doctor to discuss. Bring these self-assessment results with you to your next doctor’s appointment to help start a conversation about your symptoms.
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