What is Bright Line Eating?
Bright Line Eating is a way of eating, lifestyle and food movement. It operates on the neuroscience-based premise that for the large segment of the population, a moderation approach to eating and weight control just doesn’t work because our brains literally hijack our willpower and make our decisions for us without our conscious permission. For many of us who have struggled with food and weight, Bright Line Eating is a beacon of light offering a simple and powerful solution.
I think Bright Line Eating is best explained by it’s founder Dr. Susan Peirce Thompson (see video).
To read more about my experience with Bright Line Eating, click here.
To discover how susceptible you are to the addictive properties of refined foods, and to find out if Bright Line Eating might be a good fit for you, take this short susceptibility quiz. Research shows that about one-third of people are highly susceptible.
If you’re interested in Bright Line Eating’s Boot Camps (which I highly recommend!) or their other programs like their 14-Day Challenge, you can watch Susan’s free webinar HERE, or you can skip the informational videos and go straight to registration HERE.
The recipes on my website and in my cookbooks are written to support Bright Line Eaters and compliant with the female BLE food plans unless otherwise noted (which is why they are broken down the way that they are). While my content is not officially approved or supported by Bright Line Eating™, I am an experienced Bright Line Eater and take great care to make sure that my recipes are BLE-compliant and adhere to the quantities prescribed in the BLE food plans.