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Addictive Eaters Anonymous

Addictive Eaters Anonymous is a fellowship of individuals who have found a solution to addictive eating.

AEA has members who have suffered from anorexia, bulimia and binge eating. Many have been underweight, overweight or obese; others were people of average weight yet suffered with an obsession with food. Members may have used exercise and other substances to try and control their weight. 

AEA is not a diet or weight loss organisation. AEA members follow a Twelve Step programme, based on that of Alcoholics Anonymous. Through working the Steps, members find a solution and freedom from food obsession. Members share their experience with newcomers of how they have found sobriety. The primary purpose of an AEA member is to stay sober and help other addictive eaters to achieve sobriety.

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