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Signs and Symptoms

Anorexia Hair Loss Explained

Every day, my team provides support to individuals experiencing hair loss related to anorexia, helping people of all ages and genders recover from…


Grieving the Loss of Your Eating Disorder

People may grieve the loss of an eating disorder even while making progress in recovery. Explore why it can be difficult to say goodbye to an eating…

Signs and Symptoms

ARFID point of view: "I'm new here"

Learn about the signs and symptoms of Avoidant restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID), an eating disorder diagnosis, and how to access ARFID…


Eating Recovery Food Exchanges

Grain Exchanges provide carbohydrates for energy, fiber, and B vitamins 1 Grain equals: 1 slice bread ½ English muffin ½ cup…

Families in Recovery

10 Tips for Mealtime Support

 It is important to receive proper nourishment and relearn healthy eating patterns in eating disorder treatment and recovery. For parents,…


How Lent and My Faith Support My Recovery 

The 40 days of Lent have become so important to me. They have truly strengthened both my recovery and my relationship with my faith. I'm so grateful…


Recovery in Action - Millie Plotkin

Millie Plotkin is an eating disorder survivor and medical librarian. In 2013, she joined Eating Recovery Center to serve as Informationist, a position…

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