Wondering if nutrition support could be helpful or necessary?

It can be hard to know if nutrition support is right for you. Here is a quick quiz that may help you decide if the support and guidance from an anti-diet dietitian could be a good addition to your wellness team. This questionnaire is called the Eating Disorders Screener for Primary Care.

This survey is designed to provide a quick assessment of whether you might have an eating disorder. However, no test is 100% accurate. No matter what your score is, you should seek help if you have any concerns about yourself or your loved ones.

Results

It looks like you are doing well with your relationship with food. 

  If there is anything you would like to discuss with Lisa regarding your relationship with food or other nutrition concerns, please reach out!   Lisa offers a free discovery call to discuss your concerns and to help people decide if nutrition support could be helpful. Use this link to book your discovery call: https://calendly.com/lisa-rutledge-rd/discoverycall     This questionnaire is designed to provide a quick assessment of whether you might have an eating disorder or disordered eating. However, no test is 100% accurate. No matter what your score is, you should seek help if you have any concerns about yourself or your loved ones.

It looks like you could benefit from support with your relationship with food.

Lisa may be able to help.

 

There is hope. Support is available and everyone deserves a life of peace with food and their body. 

Please know that you are not alone. Studies have shown that the number of people who live with disordered eating is very high. One survey found that up to 75% of women live with some form of disordered eating.*

 

Lisa offers a free discovery call to discuss your concerns and to help people decide if nutrition support could be helpful. 

Use this link to book your discovery call: https://calendly.com/lisa-rutledge-rd/discoverycall

 

This questionnaire is designed to provide a quick assessment of whether you might have an eating disorder or disordered eating. However, no test is 100% accurate. No matter what your score is, you should seek help if you have any concerns about yourself or your loved ones.

 

*University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. (2008, April 23). Three Out Of Four American Women Have Disordered Eating, Survey Suggests. ScienceDaily. Retrieved January 12, 2021 from www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/04/080422202514.htm

#1. Are you satisfied with your eating patterns?

#2. Do you ever eat in secret?

#3. Does your weight affect the way you feel about yourself?

#4. Have any members of your family suffered with an eating disorder?

#5. Do you currently suffer with or have you ever suffered in the past with an eating disorder?

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