Ep 030: Susan Peirce Thompson from Bright Line Eating – Living Happy, Thin, and Free

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It’s estimated that about 2 billion people worldwide are overweight with about 600 million of them obese.

Do you struggle with overwhelming food or sugar cravings? Well, obviously, you are certainly not alone.

Also, have you managed to get sober, quit drinking or drugs, only to find yourself downing buckets of ice cream, enough chocolate to choke the Easter Bunny and donuts by the dozen? Rapidly gaining weight and feeling like crap?

This, too, is also very common. And actually a story I know well.

My guest today is Susan Peirce Thompson and she has some fascinating insight into why this is all happening, this mega-addiction to food and sugar.

She is a psychology professor, a brain and cognitive scientist, and an expert in the psychology of eating.

Susan is President of the Institute for Sustainable Weight Loss and CEO of Bright Line Eating Solutions, a company dedicated to helping people achieve long-term, sustainable weight loss.

Her program utilizes cutting-edge research to explain how the brain blocks weight loss.

And, most importantly, her new book, Bright Line Eating: The Science of Living Happy, Thin and Free, outlines this program, which is the most effective solution to this worldwide epidemic.

We go deep into why food addiction is so challenging, how it can affect those in recovery from alcohol or other drugs, and how to heal your brain so you can avoid cravings and relapse.

Website: http://BrightLineEating.com

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