Awareness and Advocacy

BDD and Co-Occurring Conditions: More Than Dysmorphia

It is not uncommon to struggle with appearance. Many stand in front of the mirror or look at a picture of themselves only to point out all the minor flaws they’d like to change. It may cause some discomfort or unease, but it doesn’t affect their ability to live a normal life. Most brush it …

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Removing the Fear of Food at Magnolia Creek

National Nutrition Month focuses on the importance of making informed food choices, and this is the perfect time to understand more about what nutrition means to a dietitian. As a Regional Director of Clinical Partnerships for Magnolia Creek, I help clients connect to quality care, and as a Registered Dietitian and Certified Specialist in Sports …

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Is there a connection between dating apps and eating disorders?

Smartphones have propelled us into the digital age and opened the window for instant communication. Social media apps, such as Instagram, are proven to play a significant role for those susceptible to eating disordered behaviors, anxiety, and depression, but now research is showing dating apps can also be a key influence. A recent Harvard research study revealed that …

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How do I find hope when I have an eating disorder?

May is Mental Health Month – a time to raise awareness about the importance of good mental health. Last year’s theme, 4Mind4Body, has been expanded to the next level this year and we are looking at the connection between spirituality and mental health, particularly in eating disorders. As humans, each of us is composed of mind, …

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