Addressing both internal and external food bias messages in the course of treatment are not only important aspects of recovery work but are also indicative of long-term cohesive recovery as supported by research. The treatment of adolescents is also inherently a family-oriented process. When family members hold tightly to their own food bias, it can be destructive to the foundation of the work that adolescents have established, and in turn their overall recovery path. This presentation explores how we, as clinicians, can best prepare our clients for the times that they may be the healthiest one at the table.