1. You feel almost constantly preoccupied or concerned with your body weight and shape.
2. You regularly diet or make attempts to burn or lose calories after you have eaten something that you think you shouldn’t have.
3. You experience guilt or shame following over-eating or deviation from an eating plan.
4. You fear that eating even a small amount of food will trigger an episode of excessive eating
5. You make excessive attempts to control your weight or you engaging in unwanted behaviours to counteract the effects of eating.
6. You have experienced eating until you feel uncomfortably full
7. You have eaten with the intention of getting rid of the calories you have consumed at a later point
8. You experience constant dissatisfaction with weight, or anxiety about weight gain
9. You believe that weight is central to how others view you and to your self worth. If you gain weight, you fear that others will judge or view you differently
10. You make significant efforts to keep many of your eaten patterns a secret from others, and feel ashamed or worried about others knowing what you do.