For individuals and families struggling with eating disorders, the holidays can be a particularly difficult time of year. There are expectations, family members who say the wrong things, and celebrations that focus on a meal.
The best practice for healthy eating is being consistent with your eating every day. But, before you can practice healthy eating, you need to know what that looks like for you. It may be different from one person to the next. So, ask yourself some questions.
Healthy Futures started offering individualized movement and exercise therapy and eating disorder programs in January of 2015. Their exercise wellness plans are designed specifically for people that are struggling with an eating disorder.
Spring is almost here. Very soon, the gardens will wake up and those buds that have been waiting all winter long will feel the energy from the sun and begin to bloom. We will see and smell beautiful flowers everywhere. It’s such a happy and joyful time.
Would you know what to do when you recognize depression or anxiety with some eating disorder behavior in a loved one? In the following video, Dr. Kim DiRé of Healthy Futures in Scottsdale, Arizona offers tips to help you get your loved one the help he or she needs.
You too can soon be on your way to overcoming your struggles. All it takes is three simple steps to get through the eating disorder treatment admission process.
Do you sometimes find yourself at the refrigerator door at unusual times? Do you have a hard time stopping after one cookie or half the bag? Ever notice that you eat a bigger meal after a hard day at work?