Bright Line Eating® is transforming lives. Getting into a Bright Body is only the beginning. Those who commit to the Bright Line Eating lifestyle also benefit from loads of achievements that include everything from greater happiness to balancing health metrics.**
Meet Rachel S.C
Food was definitely my first addiction, but was not the first one I let go of.
By the time I was ten years old, I had already attended my first Weight Watchers meeting in the basement of my temple. I was always the one that had hunger that was “too much.” My hunger needed to be controlled. I remember from a very young age, being clear that my body was something that needed to be changed.
I first found Bright Line Eating (BLE) in 2017 when I read Susan Peirce Thompson’s book. I did what was then called the 14-Day Challenge. I remember listening to one of Susan’s videos and the video was about letting go of NMD or not my drink—a nickname used for all beverages that are not part of a BLE program. I realized at that moment that there was no way I was giving up wine, so I promptly jumped ship to another plan that would allow me to eat and consume whatever I wanted to, but in small amounts.
Small amounts?! Who wanted anything in small amounts?! That definitely was not what I wanted. I wanted it all. I thought I had the willpower to control it, but I only was able to for so long until the food and the drink got bigger than me again. The powerlessness I felt over food and NMD was my indication that perhaps I had more than a problem with food.
I got sober in May 2021 and it was the best decision I ever made. My entire life opened up to me when I was able to surrender the thing that was no longer serving me. Then, all at once, about 6 months into my sobriety journey, in my morning meditation I got a spiritual nudge to pick up Bright Line Eating again. And just like that I read the book cover to cover. Suddenly, with my sober eyes, I was able to receive the message that this, my first love, the last house on the block, was the thing I needed to walk toward.
I came all the way in, and sat all the way down and have never looked back.
Bright Line Eating has transformed my sobriety, my relationship with my body, and my understanding of my purpose in a way that nothing ever has. If you allow it to be, it will transform your life as well. It begins with the food and then it becomes your entire life, one of freedom, juiciness, and a joy beyond your wildest dreams.
*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.