Eating Addiction Recovery Tools
by Jan and Judy Wilson
First, for those who have come here to begin, or restart, recovery from eating addiction, here are some initial suggestions.
- Do not (ever) go on a “Diet”.
- Plan how many times to eat each day, for example 3 meals and one snack.
- Start developing a flexible, reasonable food plan.
- Avoid foods that you know you have trouble eating moderately, like high sugar or high fat foods.
- Find someone to share your daily recovery experiences with, struggles, frustrations, and successes.
- Weigh yourself no more than once a month.
Continue with a: Jump Start
For a more comprehensive approach to Eating Addiction Recovery, follow page by page.
Skip to: 1. Intro
Also see the Alphabetical Index
- Jump Start to Recovery
- Eating & Addiction
- Patterns of Addiction
- Physical Aspects
- Emotional Aspects
- Mental Aspects
- Spiritual Aspects
- Awareness (Step One)
- Sanity (Step Two)
- Inventory (Steps Four & Five)
- Surrender (Steps Six & Seven)
- Atonement (Steps Eight & Nine)
- Humility (Step Ten)
- Meditation (Step Eleven)
- Service (Step Twelve)
- AA and OA
- Other Groups
- Relapse & Prevention
- Leftover Pages
- Eating Disorders Info Network (EDIN)
Addictionary 2 by Jan & Judy Wilson
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