"Family influence on disordered eating: The role of body image dissatisfaction"
Oh for goodness sake, let's give it a rest!
Parents have an influence on their children. Bad parenting isn't good. Setting a bad example is bad. Haranguing one's children is bad. Enough.
But body image dissatisfaction is practically the altar of modern life and parents who DON'T influence their children toward so-called "healthy eating" and a pursuit of thinness are reviled and ridiculed. Better we should spend our time trying to support parents in bucking the societal tidal wave toward self-loathing and thin-worship than scolding parents for buying in.
And, need I remind you, disordered eating and body image aren't good for ANYONE, whether they have an eating disorder or not.