Take The 2-Minute Eat.Q. Scoring Test Created by Susan Albers

Find out how your emotions may be sabotaging your eating decisions and what you can do to fix it!

Eat.Q. is like your I.Q. score, but it measures how well you make food decisions, specifically, how
much your emotions help or hinder your efforts to eat well.

This quick test will benefit you by:

  • Giving you your Eat.Q. score and what it means
  • Providing you with a worksheet to help you learn more about your Eat.Q. score
  • Explaining how you can boost your Eat.Q. using exclusive tools that only Dr. Alber’s personal clients have access to

Start below, it takes less than 2 minutes.

For each statement, please select true or false.

Find out how your emotions may be sabotaging your eating decisions and what you can do to fix it!

For each statement, please select true or false.

Eat.Q. Quiz

Eat.Q. Quiz
1 Step 1
2 Step 2
3 Step 3
  • TrueFalse
    I know a lot about nutrition but often find it difficult to choose the foods that I know are good/healthy for me.
    When I'm angry or upset, I think, "I don't care what I eat. It doesn't matter if it is healthy or not."
    When I see something tasty to eat, I eat it and then find myself later regretting it and saying, "Why did I just eat that? I didn't even really want it."
    When I have a craving for something (e.g., salt, chocolate), it is very difficult for me not to answer it right away. I might even get frustrated if I don't have it.