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Take The Quiz

Do I Have an Eating Disorder?

Are you or a loved one experiencing behaviors or symptoms that might be related to an eating disorder? Our Eating Disorder Assessment Quiz will let you know whether additional evaluation is needed.

Enter your contact information below to begin the quiz, and start the journey to a healthy relationship with food and nutrition.

  • For Myself

    Please answer the quiz questions honestly. All fields are required.

    Do you worry about your weight and body shape more than other people?

    Do you avoid certain foods for reasons other than allergies or religious reasons?

    Are you often on a diet?

    Do you feel your weight is an important aspect of your identity?

    Are you fearful of gaining weight?

    Do you often feel out of control when you eat?

    Do you regularly eat what others may consider to be a large quantity of food at one time?

    Do you regularly eat until feeling uncomfortably full?

    Do you hide what you eat from others, or eat in secret?

    Do you often feel fat?

    Do you feel guilty or depressed after eating?

    Do you ever make yourself vomit (throw up) after eating?

    Do you use your insulin in ways not prescribed to manage your weight?

    Do you take any medication or supplements to compensate for eating or to give yourself permission to eat?

    Do you exercise for the sole purpose of weight control?

    Have people expressed concern about your relationship with food or your body?

  • For a Loved One

    Please answer the quiz questions honestly. All fields are required.

    Do they worry about their weight and body shape more than other people?

    Do they avoid certain foods for reasons other than allergies or religious reasons?

    Are they often on a diet?

    Do they feel that their weight is an important aspect of their identity?

    Are they fearful of gaining weight?

    Do they often feel out of control when they eat?

    Do they regularly eat what others may consider to be a large quantity of food at one time?

    Do they regularly eat until feeling uncomfortably full?

    Do they hide what they eat from others, or eat in secret?

    Do they often feel fat?

    Do they feel guilty or depressed after eating?

    Do they ever make themselves vomit (throw up) after eating?

    Do they use their insulin in ways not prescribed to manage their weight?

    Do they take any medication or supplements to compensate for eating or to give themself permission to eat?

    Do they exercise for the sole purpose of weight control?

    Have people expressed concern about their relationship with food or their body?

Why Should I Take the Eating Disorder Test?

Veritas Collaborative offers an eating disorder screening tool to help people assess whether they might benefit from talking to an eating disorder treatment professional.

The eating disorder quiz is a confidential and user-friendly resource designed to detect potential signs and symptoms of eating disorders.

It covers a range of eating disorder behaviors, thoughts, and emotions, providing a comprehensive assessment of a person’s relationship with food and body image.

The results of the eating disorder test can serve as an important starting point for discussions with healthcare professionals and help guide appropriate interventions or treatment options.

By promoting early detection and intervention, Veritas aims to support people in accessing the necessary care and resources for recovery from eating disorders.

Who Should Take the Eating Disorder Test?

Eating disorders are complex mental health conditions that can affect anyone, regardless of age, gender, or background. Recognizing the signs and symptoms of an eating disorder can be challenging, as they often manifest subtly and can be easily overlooked. This eating disorder test is designed as a valuable tool to help individuals gauge their relationship with food, body image, and related behaviors.

You Should Consider Taking the Test If:

  1. You Have Concerns About Your Eating Habits: If you find yourself preoccupied with food, dieting, body weight, or shape, and these thoughts interfere with your daily life, the test can provide insight into possible underlying issues.

  2. You Experience Emotional Distress Related to Food: Emotional eating, guilt, anxiety, or depression related to meals, body image, or weight might indicate an underlying eating disorder.

  3. You’ve Noticed Physical Changes: Unexplained weight loss or gain, feeling weak, or experiencing other physical symptoms connected to your eating habits may warrant further investigation.

  4. You’re Worried About a Loved One: If you notice a friend or family member displaying signs that could be indicative of an eating disorder, you can take the test on their behalf to gain a better understanding of what might be going on.

  5. You Want to Learn More About Eating Disorders: Even if you don’t have immediate concerns, taking the test can be an educational experience. Understanding the signs and risk factors of eating disorders can be useful for personal awareness and helping others in your community.

What’s Next After Taking the Test?

This eating disorder test is not a diagnostic tool, but it can be a starting point for those seeking help. If your results indicate a potential concern, it is essential to consult with a healthcare provider specializing in eating disorders. Professional assessment, diagnosis, and treatment are the keys to recovery. Learn more on our “What to Expect” page.

Which Conditions Does the Eating Disorder Quiz Take into Consideration?

Eating disorders come in various forms, and understanding them is the first step toward recovery. At Veritas Collaborative, we provide care and support for a wide range of conditions, including:

  • Anorexia Nervosa: A disorder characterized by an intense fear of gaining weight and a distorted body image, leading to severe restrictions on food intake.

  • Bulimia Nervosa: Those struggling with bulimia nervosa may engage in cycles of binge eating, followed by behaviors such as vomiting or excessive exercise to prevent weight gain.

  • Binge Eating Disorder: Unlike bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder involves episodes of overeating without the subsequent purging behaviors. It’s the most common eating disorder in the U.S.

  • OSFED (Other Specified Feeding or Eating Disorders): This category encompasses disorders that don’t fully meet the criteria for anorexia, bulimia, or binge eating disorder but still cause significant distress or impairment.

  • ARFID (Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder): ARFID is characterized by a lack of interest in food or aversion to certain textures, colors, or smells, leading to a limited diet but without concerns about weight or appearance.

If you’ve ever asked yourself, “Do I have an eating disorder?”, our eating disorder quiz can help guide you toward the answers you need. The quiz isn’t only about diagnosing; it’s a tool to connect you with resources and professionals who specialize in the specific conditions mentioned above.

What Treatment Is Available for Those Struggling with Eating Disorders?

At Veritas Collaborative, we understand that eating disorders affect individuals across all age groups. That’s why we offer specialized treatments to address the unique needs of both children and adults:

Child & Adolescent Eating Disorder Treatment: Tailored care for the younger population, available in OP, PHP/IOP, residential, and inpatient settings, allowing for age-appropriate intervention and support.

Adult Eating Disorder Treatment: Comprehensive care for adults struggling with eating disorders, offered in OP, PHP/IOP, residential, and inpatient environments to meet the individual’s specific needs and recovery goals.

Virtual Options: For those seeking flexibility and remote access, we provide virtual treatment options, including PHP, IOP, and outpatient care. These virtual therapies ensure that support is available no matter your location.

The first step toward understanding your unique needs and treatment options is taking our eating disorder quiz. It provides insights into the most appropriate care level for you or your loved one and helps guide you to the resources best suited to your situation. If you’ve ever asked, “Do I have an eating disorder?”, this quiz is a vital tool in connecting you with the right care pathway at Veritas Collaborative.


Patient and Family Testimonials

“The staff are knowledgeable, the program is highly structured, and they embed practices like the Friendship award or CBT classes that are crucial for a renewing mindset. They also offer this program for younger ages so this is a rare & special program.”

Jeff, Former Patient

“Excellent programming, therapists, and physicians. They are strong advocates for the patient AND family. If you have a child that suffers from an eating disorder, I strongly recommend Veritas.”

Michael, Patient’s Parent

“I left a review 1 month ago and would like to give an update. We’ve had a very good experience with Veritas. We had great support from the therapist and dietitian and I love the ladies at the front desk. They are awesome! We don’t live in the Atlanta area, but decided to temporarily relocate so our child can continue therapy with Veritas. The staff is knowledgeable and their treatment is evidence based and effective. Their focus is not just weight restoration, but they also teach valuable coping skills, nutrition and appropriate body movement. They also build in time for schoolwork so that your child does not fall behind academically. It is a well-rounded program and it was life-saving for our child. If your child is struggling with an eating disorder, I would definitely recommend Veritas for treatment.”

Marguerite, Patient’s Parent

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What is the purpose of the eating disorder quiz?
    The eating disorder quiz is designed to help individuals recognize potential signs and symptoms of eating disorders, including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and other related conditions. It provides a starting point for further evaluation and professional consultation.

  2. Who should take the eating disorder quiz?
    Anyone who is concerned about their relationship with food or body image, or who has questions like “Do I have an eating disorder?”, should consider taking the quiz. It can also be taken on behalf of a loved one.

  3. Is the eating disorder quiz confidential?
    Yes, the quiz is confidential. Veritas Collaborative will use your information only to follow up on your quiz results and support your recovery if needed.

  4. Can the quiz diagnose an eating disorder?
    The quiz is not intended to be used for diagnostic purposes. It’s a tool to detect potential signs of an eating disorder, and the results should be discussed with a healthcare professional for a proper diagnosis and treatment plan.

  5. What types of eating disorders does Veritas Collaborative treat?
    Veritas Collaborative provides care for a range of conditions including Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder, OSFED, ARFID, and co-occurring mental health disorders.

  6. What happens after I take the quiz?
    After completing the quiz, you will gain insight into whether you might benefit from talking to an eating disorder treatment professional. Veritas Collaborative may reach out to discuss your results and next steps.

  7. How does Veritas Collaborative approach co-occurring disorders?
    Veritas Collaborative’s comprehensive approach ensures that co-occurring disorders, such as anxiety or depression, are addressed alongside the eating disorder. This holistic approach helps in treating the individual as a whole.

  8. Is the quiz the only way to seek help from Veritas Collaborative?
    No, the quiz is just one way to start your journey. You can also call Veritas Collaborative directly at 855-875-5812 or complete our contact form for assistance, information about our programs, insurance, or any other concerns.

  9. How long does it take to complete the eating disorder quiz?
    The eating disorder quiz takes just a few minutes to complete. It consists of straightforward questions designed to assess your behaviors, thoughts, and emotions related to eating disorders.

  10. What support does Veritas Collaborative offer beyond the quiz?
    Veritas Collaborative offers various treatment programs tailored to the specific needs of individuals struggling with eating disorders. We provide professional care, support, and resources necessary for recovery, guiding individuals through every step of their healing journey. See our eating disorder treatment centers.