Objectives: Obesity is often the result of a high-calorie and unbalanced diet for a long time and can sometimes be associated with hyperphagia and eating disorders. Neurotensin (NT) is an anorexigenic peptide, which is secreted from the central nervous system and intestines, and increases intestinal fat absorption. In the literature, conflicting results regarding serum NT level in obesity and the relation of NT with metabolic parameters were reported. Besides, there is no data regarding the relation of NT with eating disorders or food preference in obese individuals. We aimed to evaluate the relation of serum NT level with metabolic parameters, hyperphagia, binge eating disorder (BED) and food preference in obese adolescents.