Susan Peirce Thompson

Susan Peirce Thompson



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“motivation for not eating meat and dairy is to maintain optimal health, not to rid myself of the obsession and compulsion that are the hallmark of addiction. If obsession and compulsion are the issue—smoking cigarettes, not being able to stop texting your toxic ex, self-harm—and you want to get past it, you need a Bright Line. If health is your objective, there is no evidence that perfect is better than “really good.” Seriously. You can comply with a health goal 95 percent of the time, and it will benefit you as much as 100 percent perfection.”
Susan Peirce Thompson, Bright Line Eating: The Science of Living Happy, Thin & Free

“If you’re a goal tracker and food is rewarding but the cues that predict it aren’t, then it will be pretty easy for you to stop overeating. You have to give up the excess food, and that’s that. But if you’re a sign tracker and you get powerfully pulled in by the myriad cues in life that predict food rewards, then quitting addictive eating is an entirely different ball game. Your whole life has become one big series of cues to eat, the pull is invisible and incredibly strong, and escaping can seem nearly impossible.”
Susan Peirce Thompson, Bright Line Eating: The Science of Living Happy, Thin & Free

“Pounds go up and down senselessly based on how long you’ve slept the night before, elimination and hydration levels,”
Susan Peirce Thompson, Bright Line Eating: The Science of Living Happy, Thin & Free

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