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Overeaters Anonymous (OA) is a Twelve Step program for people identifying themselves as "powerless over food" including, but not limited to, compulsive overeaters, those with binge eating disorder, bulimics and anorexics. OA was founded by Rozanne S. and two other women in January, 1960. more at Wikipedia

Treatment Success Rate

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Condition Members Success
Food Addiction
Eating Disorders
Diets & Weight Maintenance
Overall, 68% (1234 Members) find Overeaters Anonymous (OA) helpful

Overeaters Anonymous (OA) Reviews

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I attended OA meetings in London 12 years ago and it really helped. I wish I could join a group now but there doesn't seem to be any in Berkshire.
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I have a sponsor, I also sponsor someone else in OA, I am abstinent and this is working. The best thing I have experienced in a long time. I am thankful for meetings, sponsor, and support but the final solution is spiritual and with the 12 steps and AA Big book and OA literature
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it is working. i gave up gluten and don't physically crave my trigger foods nearly as much.
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I am using their meal plan and philosophy. I am afraid to go to a meeting, but I will get my strength up. Giving up gluten has helped my symptoms.
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I didn't recover in OA. But I met a lot of people who understood how I felt. Nor did I meet any recovered ED people who did not lead the group.
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worked once
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Newbie :)
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it was okay.. nice to share with people
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did'nt like the program
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