Ortoreksi: proper diet can be dangerous to your health. Part 1
 Healthy Diet - worthy of praise and encouragement of anti-obesity, chronic and even fatal disease, slows the aging process and allows you to feel and look better. However, when healthy eating becomes an obsession, it can lead to painful consequences.

Ortoreksi - pre-clinical eating disorder, which hides behind the apron of health. Take this test to determine if your intentions are sound basis or not.

Answer the following questions to determine whether too much is not playing a major role in the diet of your life.

1.   Do you spend more than 3 hours a day thinking about the useful food (if more than 4 hours, give yourself 2 points)?

2.   You always plan tomorrow's healthy menu?

3.   What are you most concerned about: the dignity of your consumption of food or pleasure derived from it?

4.   Reduced whether your quality of life while improving the quality of the diet?

5.   Severely you with me?

6.   Do you feel the increase in self-esteem when the "right" to eat? See you in contempt those who, in your opinion, is powered correctly?

7.   Do you avoid your favorite foods just because the "right" to eat?

8.   Does diet difficulty eating out?

9.   Do you become socially isolated?

10.   Do you feel guilty when stray from the diet?

eleven.   When you eat "good" products, you feel calm feeling full control?

Counting: assign for each positive response to one point.

2-3 points:   You may have only minor symptoms ortoreksi. Keep track of your actions.

4 points and more:   You have been restrained form ortoreksi. Loosen your diet a little frame.

10 points:   You are obsessed with healthy eating. You should seek professional help.

Any obsession relating to food or something else, can cause emotional and mental disorders. When the diet becomes extreme focus, it can cause ortoreksi and, ultimately, evolve into a more rigid form as anorexia or bulimia. Try to eat properly, but do not let deprive yourself the pleasure of life.