Long Term, Sustainable Weight Loss with Dr. Susan Peirce Thompson

sustainable weight lossand food addictions

On today’s podcast, we’re covering long-term, sustainable weight loss. My guest is Susan Peirce Thompson, PhD who is an Adjunct Associate Professor of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at the University of Rochester, a New York Times bestselling author, and an expert in the psychology of eating. She is President of the Institute for Sustainable Weight Loss and CEO of Bright Line Eating Solutions, a company dedicated to helping people achieve long-term, sustainable weight loss. She and her team are on a mission to help 1 million people get to goal weight by 2030. Her program utilizes cutting-edge research to explain how the brain blocks weight loss, and every day she teaches people how to undo that damage so they can live Happy, Thin, and Free.

In today’s interview, we delve deep into food addictions and sustainable weight loss. We discuss how to know when you have a food addiction, how to address it and tips to rewire the brain to finally achieve your goal weight.

So, please enjoy this interview…

To learn more about Dr. Susan Peirce Thompson, find her online at:

Instagram: BrightLineEating (The Official Bright Line Eating account)
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BrightLineEating/?ref=bookmarks
Twitter: @brightlinelife

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Long Term, Sustainable Weight Loss with Dr. Susan Peirce Thompson

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  1. She makes weight loss and sustainability way too difficult. I have been doing Keto for over a year. I have Hashimoto’s, which makes weight loss really slow. BUT I have lost over 50 pounds, my A1C went from 7.4 to 5.3. No longer diabetic, no diabetes meds, no more high blood pressure. By the way, I am 72 years old and feel better than I have in 40 years. My way of eating is easy. Keep carbs low, don’t sweat it. And i don’t have to pay for any kind of program. I love it.

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