Parents Influence Teen Eating Habits

A new study by Loughborough University shows that teens are less likely to develop disordered eating habits if parents take a more active role in providing meals. The study also shows that when girls are pressured to eat more food, they are more likely to develop an eating disorder, while boys are more likely to develop eating disorders when their parents restrict certain foods. Read the full scholarly article here. Rosewood Tempe Outpatient Clinic’s clients receive a comprehensive nutrition evaluation and customized meal plan from our Registered Dietitians. Address complex and varied eating issues as you meet with our dietitian for individual sessions, participate in meal planning classes, attend educational presentations, and engage in experiential activities. Read more about our nutrition programs here.