Survey Results – Interesting Results Regarding Shopping Behavior

Eating Disorders Survey

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Here are the current, detailed results from my survey regarding shopping behavior. Notice that over half (52%) of the respondents specifically buy “binge” food and that only 31.5% buy healthy food all the time. What’s also interesting is that only 7% of respondents buy fast foods or processed foods. These numbers are generated primarily by the eating disordered population. However, in the general public the truth remains that our nation consumes 41% more processed foods than fresh foods! How much fast food or processed foods is your body consuming?

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1 thought on “Survey Results – Interesting Results Regarding Shopping Behavior

  1. Ginger Girl

    I think this is an interesting poll because it is certainly reflective of my own behavior. I would buy healthy food to eat normally but i would buy processed food to binge on. It is not easy to binge on healthy food, but even a taste of fatty foods would make me want to binge. It is much easier not to binge if there is no food of that kind around but i used to buy binge food “just in case” and then always end up binging.



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