Bright Line Eating

Bright Line Eating

The Science of Living Happy, Thin, and Free

Book - 2017
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"Over 99% of people who try to lose weight don't succeed. They don't get slender and they don't stay slender long term. The average dieter spends a significant amount of money and makes four or five new attempts each year. Four or five new attempts each year with almost no hope of success. Only 1% of people will get down to their goal weight on traditional diets. Susan Peirce Thompson. Ph.D., suggests that there's something fishy going on here, something important we're not paying attention to. We don't have an obesity problem; we have an obesity mystery--and she has a groundbreaking philosophy to solve that mystery. Rooted in science and psychology, Thompson's book describes how the brain blocks weight loss and then gives us a solution. Thousands of people have participated in her Bright Line Eating Boot Camps and have used her methods to lose all their excess weight and become happy, thin, and free. Subjects covered include: How the brain blocks weight loss; Overpowering cravings; The susceptibility scale; The weight-loss food plan; What about exercise; Getting to goal weight"--Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Carlsbad, California : Hay House, Inc., 2017.
Edition: 1st edition.
ISBN: 9781401952532
Branch Call Number: 613.25 Tho
Characteristics: xi, 307 pages : illustrations


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Feb 24, 2018

This book is LIFE CHANGING! I have never read anything like it in regards to a food plan that was flexible for any kind of food lifestyle, from vegan to Paleo, and effective. Finally, I have come to understand my lifelong battle with food addiction and have a real solution instead of another diet. I've lost 60lbs and kept it off over a year with Bright Line Eating. Thank you, SPT for writing this enlightening and encouaraging book!!!

Sep 14, 2017

Yes, this sounds very much like another book, The Diet Fix, which employs the same types of strategies. Thank you for your comment.

May 11, 2017

Uses sketchy science and the whole concept boils down to giving up sugar and flour completely, eating only three meals a day (author talks about how she had to tape her mouth shut while cooking so she wouldn't be tempted to taste food outside mealtime) and using portion control to work. Like all fad diets, it relies on reducing caloric intake dressed up in fancy terms to seem worth your time and money. Definitely not worth the time it took to skim over this.

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