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March 4, 2011 8:41 PM
i have just started the AA oereaters 90 day diet plan wonder if anyone else is on it.
calli
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March 4, 2011 8:44 PM
never heard of this!
June 8, 2011 12:06 PM
The 90-Day Format meetings are a special focus group of Overeater’s Anonymous. At a 90-day format meeting it is suggested that only those with three or more months of continuous “90-day” format abstinence share their experience, strength and hope. OA as a national organization does not endorse any specific food plan, but many of the members in the focus group practice a particular program of abstinence which is known as the 90-day format.

For most people in the 90-day program, abstinence is defined as three weighted and measured meals a day under the supervision of a qualified sponsor. A sponsor, with at least 6 months of back-to-back “90-Day” abstinence will give each sponsee a food plan and other suggestions for recovery.

I am a member of OA90, eating three measured meals a day, nothing in between. No sugar, no flour and no deep fried food.

Sample of recovery:
http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_46506688762&ap=1

Check out www.oa.org for face to face 90 days meeting. Phone meetings also available:
Phone Number PIN# * Pacific/California Time*
712-432-3900 6320348# Sunday 5:00 AM Big Book, 90 Day
712-432-0600 267533# Sunday 5:30 AM Men's, 90 Day
712-775-7100 897214# Sunday 5:00 PM 90 Day
213-289-0500 79822# Monday 7:00 AM 90 Day, For Today
712-432-8773 45698# Tuesday 6:30 AM 90 Day
712-432-3900 803299# Tuesday 5:00 PM 90 Day, Speaker
218-936-4700 105047# Wednesday 10:00 AM Speaker, 90 Day
712-775-7100 897214# Wednesday 4:30 PM 90 Day
712 432-3900 987420# Wednesday 5:00 PM 90 Day
712-432-0600 267533# Wednesday 5:30 PM Men's, 90 Day
712-432-1680 522400 Thursday 2:30 PM 90 Day
319-279-1000 135103# Thursday 5:00 PM 90 Day
402-237-2828 4673# Friday 3:00 PM Speaker, 90 Day
712-432-3900 6320348# Saturday 5:00 AM 90 Day, For Today
218-486-8700 155901# Saturday 7:00 AM Speaker, Literature Study, 90 Day
Edited by oa90days On June 8, 2011 12:07 PM
June 10, 2011 6:07 PM
hello Ao 90 As you can see no one here is on this plan. I was on it for a few weeks but didn't last long. I had a sponser and she was terrific but i am one of those that can't stick to a diet. I am on Paleo now and fixing to change to anti cancer way of life. I don't have cancer but i think I can live wtth this plan. I never dould find anyone on this plan to talk to. except my spomsor. Who was great she help me a lot but if I don't see any ressult i get discourage. Way to many bveggie fo me and I love veggies.
How much weight have you lost. Have a nice journey.

Marie
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June 12, 2011 12:19 PM
hello HELLO

i WOULD LIKE TO WELCOME AO 90days to this group. Hoping she will take over and get this started up.
Marieheart heart
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June 13, 2011 5:55 PM
Food Notes
Breakfast:8 oz greek yogurt, Fage % fat, 6 oz blackberries
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Lunch; 12 Oz. stir fry fresh veggie yellow squash, Red onions green beans and my first Eggplant salt and pepper !In small amt of water 1 T Olive oil
4 oz butterbeans.
6 oz of frozen peaches.
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Supper.:
4 oz fish
12 oz of stir fry veggies in small amt. of water.1T olive oil
4 oz of polenta
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This is my menu for today.
  111467
June 14, 2011 7:31 AM
Good morning MFP members
i came by a few minutes ago bu ee I didn't post anything. my mind wonders around a lot.
I got my menu all plan out but will not post it till tonight when I am sure it is what i eat today. like I said my mind wonders around too much. Had a good day yesterday also had a nice los.t 2 Lb!!!
Need to get my 30 minute walk in and get my food ready for lunch. This morning i had my greek yogurt and blueberries.and whole wheat toast.. I guess i never weigh them before. but 6 oz of Blueberries is a lot More than I would eat it i just put them in a bowl. i am going to have to buy the big pkg of frozen blueberries. at this rate. Ansious to take my blood augar at lunch and see what it done to me.
See you guys later
heart Marie
Edited by CALIECAT On June 14, 2011 7:34 AM
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June 14, 2011 11:15 AM
Hey Calie, thanks for the link!!!
Let me see if I can find more info on this way of eating, then I will be back and add my thoughts.

Hammbone
June 14, 2011 11:16 AM
Oh and congrats on your loss!!!!
June 14, 2011 11:33 AM
Marie, wanted to see if this is the plan you are following....

PLAN "A" -- LOW-CARBOHYDRATE
(Suggested for losing weight)


SAMPLE MENU
BREAKFAST
1 Protein
1 Fruit
Coffee

LUNCH
1 Protein
1 Vegetable
Finger Salad
(no dressing)

DINNER
1 Protein
1 Vegetable
Salad
June 14, 2011 11:34 AM
Proteins may be mixed (i.e., chef's salad). Vegetables may be mixed. If a ½ cup vegetable is included, the whole portion may not exceed ½ cup.
Sugar must be listed 5th or below on ingredient labels: not among the first 4 items (Ex. Veg Oil, water, salt, spices, sugar.)
Check labels for sugar content: packaged meats, low-cal and regular dressings, mixed spices, vegetables in cans and jars.
Dextrose, lactose and corn syrup are forms of sugar. Must be listed 5th or below on labels.
Mix family salads, then measure two 8 ounce cups for your own, using up to 2 tbs dressing without sugar.
A finger salad is three small, raw vegetables or green salad without dressing.
When eating out, if cooked vegetable in not available have a 4th raw vegetable.
If fresh fruits are unavailable, use fresh frozen not packed in sugar or syrup, fruits packed in water, or their own juice, not sugar added. Mixing of fruits except the ½ cup fruits to total 1 cup.
Use real mayonnaise only, not whipped dressing.
Watch out for high carbohydrate artificial sweeteners. If you are concerned about artificial sweeteners, see your doctor.
1, Use diet catsup and regular mustards on your meats and fish.
2. 3-tsp. lemon juice daily may be used in tea or finger salad. If milk is used as a protein, some of that milk may be used ...
June 14, 2011 11:34 AM
FOOD PORTIONS SHEET

PROTEIN
Beef - 4 oz.
Cheese - 2 oz.
Chicken - 2 pieces
Clams - 4 oz.
Crab - ½ cup.
Cold Cuts - 2 slices.
Cottage Cheese - ½ cup.
Eggs - 2.
Fish - 4 oz.
Frankfurters - 2
Ham - 4 oz.
Heart - 4 oz.
Kidney - 4 oz.
Lamb - 4 oz.
Liver - 4 oz.
Lobster - 4 oz.
Oysters - 4 oz.
Pork - 4 oz.
Salmon - ½ cup
Sardines - ½ cup
Shrimp - 4 oz.
Soyburger - 4 oz.
(soy proteins, ham & sausage links)
Steak - 4 oz.
Tongue - 4 oz.
Tuna - ½ cup
Turkey - 4 oz.
Veal - 4 oz.
Milk - 8 oz = ½ protein
Buttermilk, 1 cup = ½ protein
Yogurt, low fat plain 1 cup = 1 protein


COOKED VEG. - 1 CUP
Artichoke
Asparagus
Bean Sprouts
Broccoli
Brussel Sprouts
Cabbage
Cauliflower
Celery
Chard
Cucumber
Eggplant
Greens : Mustard, Collard,Beet, Spinach, Turnip
Lettuce
Mushrooms
Okra
Peppers - green, red
Radishes
Parsley
Pickles - sour, dill
Sauerkraut
String Beans
Summer Squash
Tomatoes
Turnip
Zucchini

COOKED VEG. 1/2 C.
Beets
Carrots
Onions
Pumpkin
Rutabagas
Winter Squash
Wheat Germ - 1/8 cup


THE FOLLOWING MAY BE USED FOR COOKING ONLY

All spices, Onion Soup, Horseradish, Soy Sauce and Paste, Worcestershire Sauce.
June 14, 2011 11:35 AM
FRESH FRUITS
Apricots - 3 medium
Apple - 1 medium
Blackberries - ½ cup
Blueberries - ½ cup
Boysenberries - 1 cup
Cantaloupe - ½
Casaba Melon - ¼
Cranberries - 1 cup
Gooseberries - 1 cup
Grapefruit - ½
Honeydew Melon - ¼
Lemons & Limes - 2
Orange - 1 (3" diam.)
Pineapple - 1 cup
Peach - 1 medium
Plum - 2 medium
Raspberries - ½ cup
Rhubarb - 1 cup
Strawberries - 1 cup
Tangerine - 2 large
June 14, 2011 11:36 AM
GENERAL SUGGESTIONS
WEIGHING AND MEASURING FOOD

We use an 8-ounce measuring cup (level) and a postal or kitchen scale. Foods are measured and weighed after cooking.

FOOD PREPARATION

Meats may be broiled, baked, boiled, roasted, pan-fried, or grilled. Eggs may be fried. Salad dressing without sugar once a day; a pat of butter or margarine may be used in cooking vegetables.

FOODS WE AVOID

Cake, candy, candy coated gum, catsup, cookies, honey, jam, jelly, nuts, pastries, peanut butter, pie, sugar, sugared soft drinks, syrups, Creamed, fried or scalloped foods. Cereals, noodles and spaghetti, Beer, wine and other alcoholic beverages. Condensed milk, cream cheese, sour cream and whipped cream. Crackers and all bread products.

WE ALSO SUGGEST . . .

1. Write your food plan daily; call it in to your food sponsor for one month.
2. Eat slowly, taking small bites.
3. Eat your meals sitting down.
4. No second helpings at meals.
5. Do not skip any meals.
6. Weigh yourself only once a month.
7. Avoid your individual binge foods.
8. Post before you take that first bite.
DO NOT EAT DIET SWEETS OR FOODS NOT ON THE FOOD PORTIONS SHEET

WHEN IN DOUBT, LEAVE IT OUT.
June 14, 2011 9:49 PM
Menu__6/14/11______weight 201 Blood sugar....80
Breakfast-1 protein, 1 grain, 1 fruit
8 oz fage greek yogurt plain 6oz blueberries 1 slice whole grain toast
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Lunch -- 1 protein, 1 fat, 1 fruit, 12 oz veggies
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4 oz buttereans,.... 12 oz mxed vegies Squash, bussel spouts, Onions fresh green beans slice and stir fry in water....1 T. olive oil....6 oz frozen peaches
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Dinner---! protein, 1 grain, 1 fat 12 oz veggies
4 oz butterbeans .....12 frozen veggies stir fry in water..... 4 oz corn 1 T olive oil
salt and pepper
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THATS ALL FOLKS
  111467
June 14, 2011 9:53 PM
Hey, congrats Caliecat on your weight loss! flowerforyou
Looks like your new program is working for you.
June 14, 2011 11:07 PM
Thanks Katschi/ i hope my angel keep a good watch over me Maybe you are My angel. Thanks for dropping by.
Look like you are losing good./ heart Marie
  111467
June 16, 2011 6:53 AM
i really got off track yesterday. I had a low blood sugar and had to get it back up, Well I did and ate the rest of the aternoon. Just anything I could fine. But getting back on it this morningSo here is to another day Of a sendible diet. I can do it.
mad devil devil devil The devil made me do it. Gotta blane someone.
  111467
June 17, 2011 7:39 AM
Had a good day yesterday. It was just too hot to eat.
  111467
June 18, 2011 7:47 AM
My Menu for Saturday June 18.2011

Menu___6/18 2011 Saturday____________

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Breakfast-1 protein, 8 oz yogurt
1 grain 1 slice of whole wheat bread
1 fruit 1/2 c strawberries
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Lunch -- 1 protein,, 3 oz tuna
1 Fat ! T. mayo
1 fruit .... Plumete 2
12 oz veggies, 3 oz of red peppers, onions, celery..... 9 oz of mixex veggies

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Dinner---! protein, 1 grain, 1 fat 12 oz veggies
1 grain 4 oz of baked sweet poatatos
1 fat 1 T Real butter
12 oz veggies. Mixed stir fry in water
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Edited by CALIECAT On June 18, 2011 7:48 AM
  111467
June 19, 2011 4:37 PM
Here is my meal plan for today.6/19/11

Message flagged Sunday, June 19, 2011 4:02 PMMessage bodyOVEREATERS AO Diet
Breakfast:
1 sl whole wheat toast
6 oz strawberries
9 oz greek yogurt

Lunch
1 serving of grilled fish
1 serving of brocolli
1 fruit in car so don't know for sure about the weight
Note: We ate out but I was full. Sure there was some oil on fish.

Supper

3 oz of HAMBURGER + 1/2 oz cheese
1 T SPICES
3 oz lettuce and tomatoes 2 oz tacc sauce, 7 oz of stir fry veggies in Stir fry in small amt. of water
! T. olive oil.
2 corn tortilla baked in oven.

Sure hope i don't need no addition food tonight. Keeping myfinger cross.
  111467
June 27, 2011 5:44 AM
Good morning Hambone. I am waiting on you to show upheart heart heart . Luv Marie
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