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The present study aims to observeif there is a relationship between body self-image, eating attitudes and quality of life in men and women engaged in regular, moderate and no exercise. A non-probability purposive sampling technique was employed to select a sample of193 young unmarried adults aged between 20-30 years.The Body Self-Image Questionnaire (BSIQ) (Rowe, 1999), theEating Attitudes Scale (EAT-26) (Garner, 1982) and the Quality Of Life questionnaire (WHOQOL-BREF, 1991)were administereddoi:10.9790/0837-2108064457 fatcat:zc3pdg4lrfd3poe52znhb74ftq