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

Bright Line Eating

Susan Peirce Thompson

$25.99 H, 9781401952532
Hay House

Anyone who’s seriously struggled with dieting will tell you that the body seems to have a mind of its own when it comes to losing weight. The technical term is “resistance.” After decades of fighting that resistance, Thompson finally asked the question that needed to be asked: WHY? The answers she finally discovered put her life (and her marriage) back on track and eventually led her to leave a successful university teaching career in order to share her findings with others.

In Part One, she gives readers the cutting-edge science that explains the “chemical hamster wheel” that sabotages weight loss. In Part Two, she provides the solutions she applied to rewire her brain to work toward her goals without relying on willpower to do it. Part Three details the Bright Line Eating Food Plan with all its variations. Parts Four and Five give readers the tools to make healthy eating and weight maintenance a lifelong reality.

Let customers know this is not a book about losing weight. It is a book about freedom from food obsessions. It is a book about helping the brain to return to full, healthy functioning. Most importantly, it is a book about becoming happy. Impossible? That’s what Thompson thought until she did it and then helped thousands of other people do it too.

March 1, 2017
Reviewed by: 
Anna Jedrziewski