Our treatment programs address the underlying causes of eating disorders while also treating physical symptoms and nurturing a new, healthier relationship with food.
Overcoming an eating disorder is a personal and transformative journey. Our team of specialists is here to guide your journey through an individualized full continuum of care.
Comprehensive Nutritional Support
Our nutrition philosophy is that all foods are good foods in moderation. We believe in an individualized meal plan as each client is not the same. All meals and snacks will be pre-approved and portioned by a dietitian. Eating Disorder Solutions focuses on reconnecting to the joy of eating.
Overcoming an eating disorder is a transformative journey that begins within.
Eating Disorder Solutions is dedicated to helping people reclaim control over their lives through comprehensive behavioral healthcare and dietary support. Our mission is your recovery. Our extensive resources and partnerships mean we can help you find the right treatment option for you.
Common Types of Eating Disorders
Eating disorders cover a broad spectrum of mental and physical health conditions that are typically categorized as followed: Anorexia Nervosa (AN), Bulimia Nervosa (BN), Binge Eating Disorder (BED), Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID), and Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified (EDNOS). Many individuals struggling with an eating disorder often fluctuate between the different “categories”. Therefore, Eating Disorder Solution focuses on the individual, not his or her diagnosis, to better understand the underlying cause and best treatment approach for each client.
Anorexia Nervosa involves an intense fear of gaining weight and/or distorted body image. Anorexia nervosa is associated with restrictive food intake, preoccupation with calories, and compulsive over-exercising.
Bulimia Nervosa involves an obsessive fear of gaining weight and distorted body image manifesting as binge eating followed by self-induced vomiting, over-exercising, or fasting. This cycle causes immense guilt and shame.
Binge eating is characterized by eating large amounts of food over short periods of time with a feeling of loss of control. It is not associated with compensatory behaviors like Bulimia Nervosa.
ARFID involves restricting food intake based on texture, smell, brand, and past negative experiences causing avoidance of many foods and/or food groups resulting in malnutrition and other health concerns.
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Understanding Eating Disorders
Disordered eating may be a symptom of underlying mental health issues.
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Eating disorders affect people from all genders, ethnic backgrounds, and social statuses.
Genetics, self-image, and environmental factors can influence the development of an eating disorder.