I had people at my old job who constantly commented on how much I ate during lunch hours. I am 6'1, 147lbs, and I have a very high metabolism, which means I have to eat seven times a day in order to stay healthy. It was not uncommon for me to eat a ten piece chicken nugget pack, a double cheeseburger and fries from MacDonald's for luch somedays, as I needed something quick and very high in calories to boost my energy level (I did not eat this way everyday mind you - just on the days that I felt I'd buy lunch at work). People would constantly look at me and go "Oh my god, look how much you're eating!" At first it hurt, cause I felt like I shouldn't be eating that much, but then I just told some people "I'm 6'1, the food has a long way to go." It bothered me more that people made comments about my eating habits because you never know who's in the lunchroom who might have an eating disorder or just came out of rehabilitation for an eating disorder, and heard the comments made to me and had a relapse. It's sad that people need to pry into your life to justify what is wrong and what is right about their own lives.