My husband is 40. I have heard, as people grow, they lose some apetite, but here, it is just the opposite. My husband eats in an abnormal fashion; I know I shouldn't say that way, but I am seeking consultation because I am worried that this may affect his biological health. He eats more. On top of that, his craving for food is endless. For e.g. he has just finished a wholesome dinner, immediately after he will want to take 4 glasses of whole milk with nuts. At that moment if someone arrives with some special food like burger, chicken or pizza, he will have a whole portion of that too. He says he bears the apetite and can digest everything. Well, there are no serious stomach upsets, but he has a prolonged issue of improper stool, indigestion and heart burn sometimes, which happens occassionally (not regular) whch goes off with a digene. The factor is that whenever he sees food anywhere, he is willing to take it, despite his stomach being filled. I know many people eat more, have a lot of apetite, but his behaviour is something strange. For e.g. once we were in a party, kids were being served a separate meal of pasta and chocolates. My husband had the full course dinner of 3 kg mutton, 58 rasgullas, a whole plate of pulao, 10 parathas and miscellaneous; and after that, when he viewed that there was a separate section, he collected a plate of pasta and 20 chocolates as well and had them in a hidden place so that noone could see. This attitude goes against the social norms too. He feels if there is even a piece of dry bread in the menu, he will taste that too. If he finds a kid having maggi as evening snack, he asks for that too in relative's home. I have tried to counsel him, but I feel he is unable to change, and now I am worried that this over intake will affect his health in the long run. Is there any psychological problem with him? Or is it just that he likes to eat? How can he be modified?