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GreySheeters Anonymous is a twelve-step program that combats compulsive overeating, similar to Overeaters Anonymous. It is based on the Alcoholics Anonymous program, treating overeating as an unhealthy addiction. Unlike Overeaters Anonymous, it uses a specific plan of eating which at one time was printed on a grey sheet. There are no fees for participation in the program, as it is supported by voluntary donations of members.

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