Fairburn CG, Beglin S.J. Eating Disorders Assessment: Interview or Self-Report Questionnaire? Int J. Eat Disord. 1994;16 (4):363-70. Diet, unhealthy weight control and binge foods are often associated with poorer food intake (1-3). For example, in a population-based sample of Canadian youth, Woodruff and colleagues found that the overall quality of nutrition was lower among dieters with weight problems than among adolescents who had no diet or weight (2). In addition, diets and eating disorders have been found to predict a number of problematic outcomes, including an increased risk of weight gain (4-8), obesity (6-8) and eating disorders (9-12) in adolescents (4, 6, 7, 12) and young adults (5, 12, 13). For example, in an analysis of a previous wave of population studies involved in the current study, we found that dieters and adolescents who report unhealthy weight control were two to three times more likely to be overweight five years later than adolescents who did not participate in these behaviours at the beginning (8). Given the adverse effects associated with disruption of eating behaviours, it is important to develop interventions to prevent them. Harvey T, et al. Fear, disgust and abnormal eating habits: a pre-study. Int J. Eat Disord.
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