Hi everyone, Wanted to share with you some common symptoms and what to look out for when it comes to determining if you or someone you know may have an eating disorder. Please contact me for more information or to make an appointment for you or a loved one at www.nutritionbyellen.com. I am here to help you :) Emotional and behavioral In general, behaviors and attitudes that indicate that weight loss, dieting, and control of food are becoming primary concerns Preoccupation with weight, food, calories, carbohydrates, fat grams, and dieting Refusal to eat certain foods, progressing to restrictions against whole categories of food (e.g., no carbohydrates, etc.) Appears uncomfortable eating around others Food rituals (e.g. eats only a particular food or food group [e.g. condiments], excessive chewing, doesn’t allow foods to touch) Skipping meals or taking small portions of food at regular meals Any new practices with food or fad diets, including cutting out entire food groups
Ellen Reiss-Goldfarb, RDN, CEDRD
I am a Certified Eating Disorders Registered Dietitian, Nutrition Therapist and Educator specializing in Eating Disorders, Wellness, Hormone Imbalance and PCOS, Medical Nutrition Therapy, Sports Nutrition, Weight Management, Healthy Lifestyle and much more!