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Q. Why is mentioning a specific food or restaurant considered a trigger in an OA meeting? Is there an official OA stance on this subject? A. OA does not have an official stance, and mentioning or not mentioning trigger foods is not addressed in OA literature. Tradition Four gives groups the autonomy to make this decision for themselves, but the other Traditions should be considered as well: Would the unity of the group be best served by allowing mention of specific foods or not? Which decision helps our particular group carry the message of recovery? It seems that some groups

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