1. Did you eat less than younormally would to lose weight?
2. Did you try to eat less at meal times than youwould like to eat?
3. How often did you refusefood or drink because youwere concerned aboutyour weight?
4. Did you watch exactlywhat you ate?
5. Did you deliberately eatfoods that were slimming?
6. If you ate too much‚ didyou eat less than usual thenext day?
7. Did you deliberately eatless in order not tobecome heavier?
8. How often did you try notto eat between mealsbecause you werewatching your weight?
9. How often in the eveningsdid you try not to eatbecause you werewatching your weight?
10. Did you take intoaccount your weight indeciding what to eat?
1=Never‚ 2=Seldom‚ 3=Sometimes‚ 4=Often‚ 5=Always
Modified Dutch Eating Behavior Questionnaire-Restraint Scale
1. Do you plan to eatless than younormally would tolose weight?
2. Do you plan to eatless at mealtimesthan you wouldlike to eat?
3. Do you plan torefuse food ordrink to loseweight?
4. Do you plan towatch exactly whatyou eat?
5. Do you plan todeliberately eatfoods that areslimming?
6. If you overeat oneday‚ do you plan toeat less than usualthe next day?
7. Do you plan todeliberately eatless in order to notbecome heavier?
1=Strongly Disagree‚ 2=Somewhat Disagree‚ 3= Neither Agree Nor Disagree‚ 4=Somewhat Agree‚ 4=Strongly Agree
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