Orthorexia: When Good Intentions Go Too Far

March 22nd, 2016 // // Tags: , , ,

Orthorexia Nervosa is an extreme preoccupation with eating food that is considered “clean,” “pure,” or healthy. People with orthorexia might insist on eating only the “most natural”—often...

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Overcoming Your Dysfunctional Relationship with Food

February 23rd, 2016 // // Tags: , , ,

Changing Your Perceptions of Foods The first step for eating disorder patients in treatment is to avoid labeling foods and categorizing them as “good” or “bad.” This...

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Arizona Congressman Paul Gosar Visits The Meadows Ranch

January 25th, 2016 // // Tags: , , ,

Eating Disorder Help Currently, 30 million Americans struggle with eating disorders, which have the highest mortality rate of all mental illnesses. Roughly 20 percent of those diagnosed...

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The Holidays Offer Lessons for Recovery

December 16th, 2015 // // Tags: , , ,

Messages of Hope and Healing This season of holidays originated as “holy” days set apart to commemorate and celebrate very special events. The stories and traditions surrounding...

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Managing The Holidays and Your Eating Disorder

November 16th, 2015 // // Tags: , , ,

Understand Your Anxiety For those suffering or recovering from anorexia, there’s a huge fear of being expected to eat a certain amount and enjoy it. For those...

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Runyan to Speak at Eating Disorder Conference

August 4th, 2015 // // Tags: , ,

The goal of the presentation is to inform treatment professionals of the common temperament traits of individuals with Eating Disorders. This knowledge may then allow for a...

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