Do you think excessively about your food and weight?
Do you wonder how other people get “full” so quickly while you just want to keep eating?
Are you able to go long stretches with your food program, only to crash and burn yet again?
Food addiction is very real, and it’s the hardest addiction to beat. But there is a solution. With her groundbreaking Rezoom Reframe, Susan Peirce Thompson, Ph.D., founder of Bright Line Eating, offers a new way to conceptualize food recovery. She shares the essential steps to avoiding the short lived highs and vicious lows of relapse by helping you understand the psychological and biological origins of addiction and then giving you the system to break free. Woven throughout are lessons from Everett Considine, acclaimed Internal Family Systems practitioner, to help you overcome your inner resistance so you can finally stay on track in those moments of self sabotage. Let Susan and Everett help you to permanently unshackle yourself, find the sustainable way to manage your food, and enjoy your Brightest Life.
Susan Peirce Thompson, Ph.D., is the New York Times bestselling author of Bright Line Eating and The Official Bright Line Eating Cookbook. She is an Adjunct Associate Professor of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at the University of Rochester and an expert in the psychology of eating. She is president of the Institute for Sustainable Weight Loss and the founder and CEO of Bright Line Eating Solutions, a company dedicated to helping people achieve long-term, sustainable weight loss. She lives in Rochester, New York, with her husband and their three kiddos. You can visit her online at BrightLineEating.com.
Everett Considine is a certified Internal Family Systems practitioner and transformational coach. He is the creator and teacher of Bright Line Freedom, Bright Line Eating’s Parts Work course. He lives in Maui, Hawaii, with his husband, Sam Garcia, where they host transformational retreats and see coaching clients remotely. You can find him online at EverettConsidine.com.
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“An excellent guide. Susan Peirce Thompson provides a practical plan for change. This book is a roadmap to better eating habits and a better life.”
— James Clear, #1 New York Times best-selling author of Atomic Habits
“Nobody gives people the tools to transform their food from a health liability to a longevity asset like Susan Peirce Thompson. Bright Line Eating is truly life-saving for people who have struggled for years to unshackle themselves from the scourge of processed-food addiction.”
— Mark Hyman, M.D., New York Times best-selling author of The Pegan Diet
“I urge every doctor, therapist, health care practitioner, and most importantly every patient to read this book. Rezoom concisely and compassionately explains the emotional overlay that is a part of every person’s interaction with food, and provides tools and skills that are game-changing for the occasional emotional eater clear to the raging food addict.”
— Wayne Dysinger, M.D., Board Chair, American Board of Lifestyle Medicine
“Therapists, social workers, eating disorders experts, and clinicians are unwittingly harming their patients when they spread the notion that food addiction is ‘controversial.’ The neuroscience is clear: food addiction is real. This book contains the best, scientifically based path to healing that I have seen.”
— Dr. Joy Jacobs, J.D., Ph.D., Eating disorders specialist and clinical
faculty in Psychiatry, University of California San Diego School of Medicine
“From the founding of Bright Line Eating, I have witnessed firsthand the astounding results for people in our community struggling with tenacious food addiction. They are healing their bodies and minds at extraordinary rates never before documented, while turning away from the toxic industrial processed food complex and healing our planet.”
— John Robbins, best-selling author of Diet for a New America
and President, Food Revolution Network
“As a pediatrician with three decades of experience, the increasing rate of intractable obesity
among my adolescent patients is nothing short of heartbreaking. I am so grateful to Dr. Susan
Peirce Thompson and Bright Line Eating for this material contribution to saving me and the
lives of my patients. She has changed my life and my practice, and she can change our world.”
—Judi A. Krogstad, M.D., Pediatric Medical Advisor, Fresno Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Program