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The third edition of Overeaters Anonymous, OA's Brown Book, includes 40 never-before-published, personal stories by recovering OA members from around the world; the founder's story; the complete text of "Our Invitation to You"; an all-new appendix, “The Role of a Plan of Eating in Recovery from Compulsive Eating”, by a dietician specializing in addictive and compulsive eating disorders; the book's original three appendices, “A Disease of the Mind,” “A Disease of the Body,” and “A Disease of the Spirit”; and a new foreword by an eating-disorder treatment professional."

©1980, 2001, 2014 Overeaters Anonymous, Inc. (P)2022 Overeaters Anonymous, Inc.

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answers for anyone struggling with food

This program saved my life, the answers for anyone struggling with food can be found here and in the rooms of Overeaters Anonymous.
Dieting does not work, we need a new way of looking at our food obsession. find the key to love and abstinence here.