RecoverySuperstore.com carries a large selection of books for those with food addiction. Whether you are shopping for Overeaters Anonymous (OA) literature, such as Compulsive Overeater by Bill B, or books on food addiction, you'll find what you are looking for here.
A History of Overeaters Anonymous as Seen by a Cofounder
Author: Overeaters Anonymous
How did Overeaters Anonymous begin? When was abstinence introduced? What was the carbohydrate controversy? How did Lifeline get its name? Discover answers to these questions and more in OA's first history book. Learn More
A selection of articles from Lifeline magazine. Read about abstinent living, spiritual insights, Steps and Traditions, food and weight, slips and relapse, relationships in recovery and more. Learn More
OA's second edition of the beloved "Brown Book" includes new personal stories of recovering OA members, the complete text of Our Invitation to You, the cofounder's story and views of the program by non-OA professionals. Learn More
More than 70 stories of spiritual discovery compiled from Lifeline magazine. Explores such topics as the search for a Higher Power, spiritual experiences before and during the program, tools for spiritual growth and the perspective of agnostics and atheists. Learn More
This comprehensive work provides a detailed, moving exploration of how OA's Twelve Traditions help members recover and how the Fellowship functions as a whole. Questions after each Tradition are designed to help strengthen your meeting.