1. When one eats secretively
2. Eating quickly without tasting food
3. When a person loses control and wants to stop eating but can not
4. Not knowing how to stop eating even when they are not hungry anymore
5. Stealing or hiding food
*Note: The information above should not be used for diagnosis or treatment of an eating disorder, it is only presented as a guide to recognizing possible symptoms of eating disorders. If you suspect your child has an eating disorder, please seek professional diagnosis and treatment.
Rebecca Meyerson has a master's degree in nutrition, food science, and exercise science. She is a certified nutrition counselor through the American Association of Nutrition Consultants. Meyerson recently founded Simply Healthy Living in Westchester County, New York, with the mission to promote holistic wellness through a balanced lifestyle incorporating super foods, supplementation, and exercise. She counsels adults and children based on their physiological components of health, determined by their genetics, gender, and blood type. Meyerson works with her clients to set goals that are achievable through gradual lifestyle changes. To learn more about her programs, visit www.simplyhealthyliving.org.