Whether you refuse to let a single speck of trans fat cross your lips or never met an entire pint of ice cream you didn't like, it's the rare individual whose attitude toward food, weight loss, and body image is 100% normal (define normal anyway).
In fact, on average women think about their bodies eight times a day, found one recent survey, and about 80% of women are dissatisfied with their appearance. It's no wonder many women report signs of disordered eating-like excessively counting calories or working out just to burn off food-even if they never develop a full-blown disorder such as anorexia or bulimia. Problem is, there's often a fine line between eating healthfully to slim down and becoming fixated with food. Here are some red flags that could indicate a food/weight obsession.
1. You eat in reaction to bad (or good) news.
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