Get Your Life Back
Eating disorders affect 1 out of every 10 Americans, according to the EDC. But we think life should not be disrupted by something as simple as eating. It stops here.
The First Steps to Recovery
Eating disorders can inhibit all facets of your daily life. Your energy, mental processes, sleep habits and even your self-esteem. But understanding these negative patterns can truly give you a positive change in your life. And that’s what we’re all about. Our expert dietitians work to discover the stem of the problem and create lifestyle and diet changes backed by expertise, experience and the latest disordered eating research. Give yourself the gift of good health. It’s worth it.
Address Your Disorder
with Research-Based Nutrition
Rediscover the joy of healthy eating habits.
Psychological issues associated with food can be unpredictable and hard to manage. We, at Lemond, get to the root of the problem and evaluate it from every angle. We understand how difficult it is to struggle with something as basic as eating. From your environment, to basic eating practices, we make a doable plan based on you. It’s time to finally kick this thing, wouldn’t you agree?
We proudly offer nutrition support for:
- Anorexia nervosa
- Binge eating disorder
- Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID)
- Compulsive Overeating
- Other Specified Eating & Feeding Disorders (OSFED): including orthorexia, diabulimia, purging disorder and night eating disorder
Our Clients Say:
“LOVE this place! So thankful for Angela Lemond - she has helped me become less anxious around food and more confident around my choices. With all the advice out there these days, I wasn't sure what to trust… but in just a few sessions Angela helped me gain more confidence in my day to day life!!”
Eating Disorder Meal Planning & Monitoring A Purposeful Plan of Recovery.
Our eating disorder specialists will meet with you for 90 minutes in the first session. They methodically determine all issues, environmental attributes and eating habits. Also, if you’ve recently been discharged from an eating disorder program, we review the discharge summary including the current meal plan prescribed by the program dietitian.
We focus on building trust. Genuine connection promotes trust as we challenge them pursue recovery.
In most cases, we take blind weights during each visit. We ask that patients remove all extra clothing and shoes before stepping backwards on our clinic scale.
Depending on the patient’s stage of recovery, patients will be seen weekly, biweekly or monthly. Food monitoring may be done on a phone app that will connect your child or teen with the dietitian for support. Overall, our dietitian will be in regular contact with them to maximize the recovery process.
We also provide other options upon request.
We Work with Your Insurance
Even if you have one of the insurance plans listed below, we still need to verify nutrition services are covered. Please have your insurance card ready when you call us so we can verify benefits. Any quotes on benefits is NOT a guarantee of insurance payment— unpaid claims are your responsibility.
Plan to pay any co-pays or co-insurance fees at the time of your nutrition appointment. We take all forms of payment including cash, check, Mastercard, Visa, American Express and Discover.
Insurances we are currently in-network with:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Baylor Scott & White
- First Health and First Care (Not Medicaid)
- Humana / ChoiceCare PPO Network
- Medicaid Traditional, BCBS, Superior Services Program *
- Medicare **
- United Healthcare
- Ambetter from Superior Health Plan
We are out of network for Humana Tricare Military and Tricare but do take their insurance with records and pre-authorization.
Before you make an appointment, contact our office to learn about the discounts offered for each plan.
* Will need records and must be 20 and under for services to be covered.
** Medicare is only covered for diabetes, end stage renal, and if you have had a transplant in the past 6 months. It will then only cover three visits for the 1st year and two and subsequent years.