Bright Line Eating: The Science of Living Happy, Thin & Free

Bright Line Eating: The Science of Living Happy, Thin & Free


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Bright Line Eating has helped thousands of people from over 75 countries lose all their excess weight and keep it off. Are you ready to join them?

In this book, Susan Peirce Thompson, Ph.D. shares the groundbreaking weight-loss solution based on her highly acclaimed Bright Line Eating Boot Camps. Rooted in cutting-edge neuroscience, psychology, and biology, Bright Line Eating explains why people who are desperate to lose weight fail again and again:

It’s because the brain blocks weight loss.

Bright Line Eating (BLE) is a simple approach designed to reverse that process. By working with four “Bright Lines” — clear, unambiguous, boundaries — Susan Peirce Thompson shows us how to heal our brain and shift it into a mode where it is ready to shed pounds, release cravings, and stop sabotaging our weight loss goals.

Best of all, it is a program that understands that willpower cannot be relied on, and sets us up to be successful anyway.

Through the lens of Susan’s own moving story, and those of her Bright Lifers, you’ll discover firsthand why traditional diet and exercise plans have failed in the past. You’ll also learn about the role addictive susceptibility plays in your personal weight-loss journey, where cravings come from, how to rewire your brain so they disappear, and more. Susan guides you through the phases of Bright Line Eating—from weight loss to maintenance and beyond—and offers a dynamic food plan that will work for anyone, whether you’re vegan, gluten-free, paleo, or none of the above.

Bright Line Eating frees us from the obesity cycle and introduces a radical plan for sustainable weight loss. It’s a game changer in a game that desperately needs changing.

“Bright Line Eating ushers in an end to cravings, an end to dieting, an end to that constant, exhausting, soul-sucking loop in your head about food and calories and pounds. . . . Living Happy, Thin, and Free is your birthright.” — Susan Peirce Thompson

Title:Bright Line Eating: The Science of Living Happy, Thin & Free
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    Bright Line Eating: The Science of Living Happy, Thin & Free Reviews

  • Abchap

    I got a little confused about this book.It starts with the standard disclaimer about the content not being medical advise and in the event you use the information in the book you do it at your own ris...

  • Paula

    When the author speaks about the science, she is brilliant. She definitely shows what is unhealthy about refined sugar. However, much of this book departs from the science into the author's private ex...

  • Heather

    I love books with science on nutrition and exercise physiology. This one scored points for new, neurological research--including exploring data that the brains of the obese and the aneorexic are very ...

  • Crystal Starr Light

    Bullet Review:DNF at 33% or chapter 7 - which was about 6 chapters more than this deserved. Please also note, I removed this from my "nonfiction" and "nutrition" shelves, because this horrible woo enc...

  • Kitsen Katz

    What a relief to have a neuroscientist so clearly explain that I’m not just a weak-willed person because of my weight, despite success in so many other areas of my life. My brain has been hijacked. ...

  • Carol

    I've been doing Bright Line Eating since June 24 2016, and I've lost nearly 50 pounds. I'm a slow loser, but the program is amazing. What is most amazing is that my brain has set down new fiber tracts...

  • Keri

    In the first part of the book let's talk about how willpower is useless to help with dieting. In the second half, I'll explain how drawing a (bright) line in the sand is the perfect diet. No flour. No...

  • Brown Girl Reading

    Fairly restrictive diet, however I have picked up some helpful hints to eat more healthy. I'd love to banish sugar completely from diet,except for fruit of course, but I know how hard that is......

  • Mehrsa

    Thin, maybe, but happy and free? No way. Weighing every single thing you eat? And no exercise? This is crazy-making! I mean, maybe the book was not written for someone like me. I don't have weight to ...

  • Happyreader

    If you feel that donuts and cupcakes are calling your name, this may be the book to help you resist their siren song. Developed and written by a behaviorist and former addict (crack, crystal meth, and...