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Pica: The Consumption of Nonfood Items By Shoshana Kosman, RD/LD Dirt. Clay. Ice. Toothpaste. Coffee grounds. What do all of these have in common? For some people who have an eating disorder called pica, these items may be considered substitutes for food. What is pica? Pica is a lesser known eating disorder that causes people…

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By: Meaghan Edwards- Registered Dietitian After bariatric surgery, it is very easy for people to find themselves in a food rut. They end up eating the same foods over and over again and then they become bored with their foods. This can cause people to stop cooking at home and eating out more often to…

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by: Meagan Johnson, PA-C, RD I frequently get comments from patients stating “I feel hungry all the time” and “nothing makes me full!” Hunger is natural. However, excessive hunger may mean that your body is trying to tell you something. Perhaps you are not eating frequently enough. Envision your metabolism as a fire that you…

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By: Meaghan Edwards- Registered Dietitian Planning/preparing your meals in advance is a great way to save time throughout the week and also keep you from picking up food on the way home from work or while you are working. By taking the time to do this on the weekend, you will be able to have…

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