Meal Management

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Meal Management

Addressing underlying issues that manifest themselves as the eating disorder is important during treatment and recovery. Additionally, receiving proper nourishment and relearning healthy eating patterns is equally as important. Knowing the best way to support your loved one's recovery can be challenging, especially at meal time.
While going out to dinner is an activity most people look forward to, for a family with a loved one with an eating disorder, it can induce feelings of dread and stress. However, learning to eat out is an important and necessary part of the recovery process.
“It’s not about the food, but it really is about the food” is an adage widely heard from caregivers and eating disorder specialists alike. That’s because while your child is receiving treatment for the underlying issues that are manifesting themselves as an eating disorder, you must ensure that your child receives proper nourishment and relearns healthy eating patterns."

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