Healthy You

Reframing Your Approach to New Year’s Resolutions

A New Approach to the New Year It’s January, that time of year when everyone sets out to become a better version of themselves. Most often, we find that people begin long-winded resolutions with rigid guidelines for achievement, while media outlets strategize on how to push them along during their progress. Typically, resolutions come from …

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Healthy You: Seeking Support during Eating Disorder Recovery

As we celebrate National Recovery Month, it is important to remember that there are sources available to help you understand what you need for a full recovery. Assistance Recovering from an eating disorder is not easy, and there are no quick fixes. When you choose to work with a treatment team, you will make daily …

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Healthy You: The Truth About Fads

Today’s society overloads us with misinformation on nutrition. Magazines, social media, and television provide endless cycles of ideas that will solve all our food, weight, and body insecurities, or so they say. However, these ideas and magic solutions being shared, often lead to confusion about healthy nutrition and exacerbate distorted body image concerns. These messages …

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Healthy You: Sustaining your Long-Term Recovery

 It takes work to maintain long-term recovery. Recovering from an eating disorder is challenging, and you will need effective coping strategies to help you on your journey. Below are five suggestions to help you sustain your recovery. If you or someone you know is struggling with an eating disorder, Magnolia Creek is here to support you. For more information, please contact …

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