Bright Line Eating Susceptibility Quiz (+ Free Gift!)

My dearest followers,

If you follow me, you probably already know about Bright Line Eating. But in case you don’t, I want to share some fascinating information with you.

Hundreds of scientific studies have shown that diets don’t work.

This is probably not news to you.

No matter what weight loss program is studied, the results are always the same: on average, in the first 6 months, people lose 10-15 pounds, then their weight loss stalls for a bit, and then they start gaining the weight back.

There are always a few individuals who show some success with a program here and there, but on average, there is not a single program that shows sustained success in a cohort of participants.

That’s always been true…up until now.

Four years ago, a groundbreaking new program was created by a professor of Brain and Cognitive Sciences. Her expertise is in the neuroscience of food addiction, and she herself is in the top .01% of successful weight loss maintainers.

In the past 4 years, over 20,000 people have joined her program from 103 countries around the world, and the results are jaw-dropping. On average, people lose 3 times more weight in her 8-week program than the typical results from any other available diet.

But what’s more shocking is that they keep it off.

This scientist has thousands of people participating in an ongoing follow-up study, and 84% of them do not regain their weight—not a single pound.

Those kinds of statistics are absolutely unheard of in the weight loss world.

What’s more, of the people who joined her program with type 2 diabetes, 72% were able to decrease or eliminate their medications for the disease. In just 8 weeks.

Of the people who joined her program with heart disease, 59% decreased or eliminated their medications.

And the improvements are not limited to physical health. Of those who joined her program with clinical depression, 48% were able to decrease or stop their medications entirely. Similar benefits have been seen for a variety of mental health conditions.

And what’s the difference?

What gives this program the “stick” factor that allows it to be successful over the long term?

The difference is these people have been following a system that’s customized to how their brain works.

They started their journey by learning one crucial piece of information about how their brain is wired. They took a 30-second quiz with only 5 questions, and the rest is history.

This little piece of information may very well be the game changer that alters the course of the obesity epidemic forever.

I personally want to invite you to take the quiz, find out how your brain is wired to respond to food, and watch the video explaining how you can use this information to live the life that you want, free from food and weight obsession.

Click here to take the quiz now.

If you are interested in Bright Line Eating’s programs, the end of September is when they always do a big annual promotion to bring people into their boot camps. I’ll be promoting it too, and offering a BIG gift to help Bright Line Eating get lots of new people!

As a gift to anyone who signs up for a BLE Boot Camp using the links on my site (registration opens in a couple of weeks) I am offering digital downloads of ALL of my cookbooks, including my new one, hot off the presses, absolutely FREE!

That’s a good deal friends!

But that’s how much I want you to give YOURSELF the gift of inner and outer transformation, health, happiness, and longevity.

To ensure that you receive this gift, be sure to click on my link to the Susceptibility Quiz and submit your name and email there, and that will give me access to your information so that I can send you download links for my cookbooks.

You’ll have to be patient though, because registration doesn’t open for a couple weeks. In the meantime, sit back and soak in all of the amazing info in Bright Line Eating’s Food Freedom Video series, all of it free, and available to watch right now. You’ll be hearing more from me soon.

In health and happiness,



    count me in


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