Wow. I just interviewed Susan Peirce Thompson, PhD for my podcast. I wasn’t planning on publishing this interview for a couple of weeks, but at the end of the interview Susan thought it was best if you guys had access to some fun promotional stuff that she’s doing in conjunction with the release of her new book.
If you don’t know who Susan is, she is the author of the book Bright Line Eating: The Science of Living Happy, Thin, and Free.
An Adjunct Associate Professor of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at the University of Rochester and an expert in the psychology of eating, Susan is the CEO of Bright Line Eating Solutions, a company dedicated to sharing the psychology and neurology of sustainable weight loss and helping people achieve it.
Susan’s devotion to weight-loss science stems in part from her own struggle to kick her addiction to food and the drugs she used to control her eating habits. Susan is admittedly not “plant perfect,” but she sure is close. I’ll take it! Who am I to be the plant based eating police? And in case you were wondering, Susan predicts that over 50% of the folks in Bright Line Eating boot camps are also whole food, plant based eaters as well. How freakin’ cool is that?
With those trials behind her, she received the 2011 NISOD Excellence Award for her work as a psychology professor and helped found the Institute for Sustainable Weight Loss in 2015.
In 2016, Susan has been featured broadly in the news, including Women’s Health Magazine, The Toronto Sun, Livestrong, Fox News Radio, Fox TV and on The Howard Stern Show.
I think it’s a phenomenal interview, if I say so myself! Let me know what you think. And if you are inspired to purchase Susan’s book and enter the contest right now, please go here and buy the book! She’s giving away coaching packages with her and even a spa day where one incredibly lucky winner will be flown to Rochester, New York to spend a day at a luxury spa with Susan.
Listen to this fabulous interview with Susan Peirce Thompson right here. And please let me know that you think in the comments!