Bright Line Eating is more than just a way of eating—IT’S A WAY OF LIFE.
What makes us different?
Once you lose all your excess weight, you stay there.
No more yo-yo dieting. No more reaching your “goal weight” and then watching the numbers on the scale creep up and up, your hard work slipping away in front of your eyes.
We teach you how to keep the weight off FOREVER.
We work with your brain, instead of against it, to support long-term weight loss.
- Build in habits to take the load off of willpower
- Rebalance hormones in your brain to reduce hunger and increase energy
- Heal the addictive centers of the brain to eliminate cravings for good
Human connection is essential to your success.
Our membership community provides the support and accountability you’ll need every step of the way.
We’re not interested in simply helping you lose weight—we want you to experience your full BRIGHT TRANSFORMATION.
A Bright Transformation is all the incredible mental, physical, and spiritual changes that manifest when your problems with food are removed.
Getting into your Bright Body is only the beginning. No matter their age or gender, our members achieve greater happiness, more stable emotions overall, neutrality around food, and positive body image; develop self-compassion and a sense of integrity and empowerment; eliminate medications; experience increased energy levels; and find the space to pursue goals they never imagined possible.
*People following the Bright Line Eating program lose an average of 1-2 pounds per week. Featured participants expended more time and effort than required and were asked to share their experiences to help promote the program because of the extraordinary results they achieved.
How much does Bright Line Eating (BLE) Cost?
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One month of the the Bright Line Eating membership will cost you less than a single restaurant meal.
In fact, our members find they SAVE money every month by planning their meals; eating whole, real food; and eliminating snacking, drive-thru visits, alcohol, frequent dining out, and supplements.