An odd food quirk becomes a health concern when it’s the only way you can eat a food, or when it becomes a totally distracting focus. Watch psychologist Jennifer Hartstein, PsyD, explain how to tell a quirk from a possible disordered eating behavior.
Eating Habits and Nutrition
Three meals a day or five? That’s only one aspect of the behavior known as eating habits. There is also the matter of style. Do you plan your meals or eat on the run – do you eat when you are happy, sad, or stressed – these are others. Recognizing your eating style can help you work to achieve healthier eating habits.