“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” –Hippocrates
I have never focused on weight loss in my coaching, but I know it is a huge issue for many of my friends and clients.
I won’t begin to list the many programs on the market. Few focus on why you gained weight and too many promise their solution is the one perfect for you.
Each person is unique. There is no single solution that works for everyone.
Bright Line Eating addresses why some of us are more likely to be overweight or obese. I am sharing their program with you because it has worked for several of my friends when nothing else did.
Have you ever wondered why it’s so hard to lose weight?
Why is it that people in America alone are spending $61 billion dollars each year trying to lose weight, and yet the percentage of our population that is overweight or obese is about to reach 70%? It’s crazy! Even one-third of triathletes are overweight!
The secret lies in the food we put in our mouth. Every body builder knows that when it’s time to get cut for a competition, it’s diet that counts.
So why is it so hard for so many people to eat the right foods and shed those excess pounds? And for those who do lose weight, why is it so hard to keep it off?
The answer is that there’s ONE HUGE MISTAKE that almost everyone is making when they try to lose weight. This one huge mistake also practically guarantees that any weight lost will be quickly regained.
In the second video of her 3-part series, my friend, Professor Susan Peirce Thompson, Ph.D., reveals what’s been blocking your attempts to lose weight, and believe, me, when she does, it will blow your mind.
Of course – if you know someone who can be helped by this special series – PLEASE DO share this email with them – just forward it to them. They’ll thank you for it.
Yours for food freedom,
P.S. Remember this series is FREE, but it’s going to be taken down soon. This is the best free education you’ll ever get on the psychology and brain science of sustainable weight loss. >>>Click here<<< so you will never make the One Huge Mistake again.
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