Out of control with food? (by Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous - FA)

This is an ongoing event happening every Saturday from 10:15 to 10:45 am and every Tuesday from 7 pm to 8:30 pm For more info contact us @ 07756772323

Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous (FA) is a Twelve Step program of recovery for anyone who suffers from overeating, undereating, bulimia, or obsession with food, weight or body size. There are no dues or fees, and meetings are open to anyone who wants to stop eating addictively.

Who might benefit from FA? People who find help in FA vary greatly. Some of us have been diagnosed as morbidly obese while others are undereaters. Among us are those who were severely bulimic, who have harmed themselves with compulsive exercise, or whose quality of life was impaired by constant obsession with food or weight. We tend to be people who, in the long-term, have failed at every solution we tried, including therapy, support groups, diets, fasting, exercise, and in-patient treatment programs.

Does FA work? Some of our members have been in continuous recovery (maintaining a stable, healthy weight and enjoying freedom from obsession with food, weight, bingeing, or bulimia) for over twenty-five years. Members with five to ten years of recovery are increasingly common.

Would you like more information? Some of our members have been in continuous recovery (maintaining a stable, healthy weight and enjoying freedom from obsession with food, weight, bingeing, or bulimia) for over twenty-five years. Members with five to ten years of recovery are increasingly common.

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Last Updated: 12/08/2019

30 Whitmore Road
London
London
N15QA

Age Groups: (16-18) (19-25) (25+)

For people of any age who consider they have a problem with food.

Fees: No
Categories
Types of Support:
Group/peer support
Specialisms:
Anorexia
Binge eating disorder
Body dysmorphia
Body image
Bulimia
Comorbidity (eating disorders and other mental health conditions)
Compulsive overeating
Emotional overeating
Obesity
OSFED - other specified feeding and eating disorders
Over exercising
Self esteem
Types of Service:
Support Group (recoverers)