Bright Line Eating® is

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?

What is Bright Line Eating®?

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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


It’s October 2020 and Halloween is just around the corner. You may be questioning how to handle this candy-centric holiday, especially if you’re new to Bright Line Eating. In this week’s Vlog, I talk about how you can keep your

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The God Box

There are many useful tools in my Bright Line Eating toolbox and in this week’s Vlog, I talk about the one that I turn to when I’m in an impossibly difficult situation. I call it a God box or a

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How Often to Weigh Yourself

For this week’s Vlog, I revisit a topic that I’ve covered in the Bright Line Eating book and in the Boot Camp, among other places: how often you should weigh yourself. My memory of what I’ve said in the past

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