3 Things to Know About Working With an Eating Disorder Dietitian Print
Why our Eating Disorder Dietitian Team Supports #EDAW2020 #Showusyourpurple
Eating Disorder Awareness Week is February 1-7.
Did you know that over 1 million Canadians struggle with eating disorders? This is almost the entire population of Saskatchewan.
Our virtual and Calgary Nutritionist practice and Eating Disorder Dietitian team here at Health Stand Nutrition Consulting supports many individuals and families with eating disorders. Recovery from anorexia, bulimia, ARFID (avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder), binge eating disorder and other eating disorders isn’t easy but with the right support in place, recovery is absolutely possible. Our role as Eating Disorder Dietitians is to provide compassion, education, leadership and collaboration for the clients we serve.
WATCH this previous Facebook Live video where I discuss 3 Things to Know About Working with an Eating Disorder Dietitian:
Each day the Eating Disorder Dietitians in our practice work hard to meet our clients where they are at and be a trusted resource to dispel myths and develop a healthier relationship with food and your body.
This year NEDIC (National Eating Disorder Information Centre) prepared the following information to help increase awareness and validate some of the common barriers people face in eating disorder recovery.
Reducing Stigma and Shame
“People won’t take me seriously because I don’t look like I have an eating disorder.”
“I’m embarrassed to admit I have an eating disorder.”
“I’m worried what my family and friends will think/do when they find out I have an eating disorder.”
Read this previous article on our blog article on dispelling the Top 4 Myths About Eating Disorders here
If you or a loved one are struggling with anorexia, bulimia, ARFID, or binge eating disorder contact us for nutrition support. We have several Eating Disorder Dietitians on our team with a unique specialization in nutrition support for eating disorder recovery. We collaborate with your family doctor and psychologist to move forward at a pace you can manage for recovery.