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How to stop binge eating after you have recovered from anorexia?

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Dr. Adam Front
Clinical Psychology 27 years experience
Overeaters Anonymous: Just as with other addictions, there is no "cure, " but there is recovery. Overeaters anonymous is based on the principles of alcoholics anonymous. Oa is not just for those with extreme overweight, many with anorexia or bulimia find help there as well. Anyone who wants to stop compulsive behavior re: food is welcome. Check www.Oa.Org for meetings in your area and more information.

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