Bright Line Eating® is a movement. a community. changing lives. the answer.

Have you struggled with weight, dieting, or body image in the past? If so…​YOUR BRAIN MAY BE BLOCKING YOU FROM LOSING WEIGHT. ​Foods today are highly addictive, but not everyone is equally affected. Discovering your susceptibility to addictive foods is the first step to getting Happy, Thin, and Free™. How susceptible are you?

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New York Times Bestselling Books

Bright Line Eating: The Science of Living Happy, Thin, and Free by Susan Peirce Thompson, Ph.D.

The Official Bright Line Eating Cookbook: 
Weight Loss Made Simple 
by Susan Peirce Thompson, Ph.D.

Susan’s Story

Weight struggles were the riddle of my life. It baffled me that I could be successful in so many areas, but never with my weight.

Finally, in 2003, I was taught a method for getting slender and staying slender. Since then, I have been researching the psychology and neuroscience of sustainable weight loss and helping thousands of people to live “Happy, Thin, and Free™.” Bright Line Eating® began as an idea in my deepest meditation…an idea to take what I was teaching in my college course on The Psychology of Eating, along with my years of experience helping people one-on-one, and share it with the masses in the form of a book. Little did I realize that the idea to write a book would ultimately take shape as the growing, thriving Bright Line Eating® community that exists today…

More Weight Loss Resources

When to Start Exercising

Bright Line Eating is radically different in its approach to health and weight loss because it recommends explicitly that you do not exercise when you first begin the program. In this week’s Vlog, I explain the reasons for that recommendation

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Weight Creep in Maintenance

Bright Lifers have been asking me for a long time to talk about a particular subject, and because it’s very much on my mind right now, I decided to address it in this week’s Vlog. Watch to hear all about

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A Spanish Proverb

I recently got to spend some time on Zoom with someone whose work I’ve loved and benefitted from for years. His name is Tal Ben-Shahar, and he’s a Positive Psychology professor and author who I was lucky enough to take

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