I am a recovering food addict. The addiction has caused endless problems. Shame is at the top of the list.
Susan’s solutions are working for me. They might work for you and for others you love. Pass all the information from Susan on to them if they seem open or ready, otherwise it can be shaming. Be kind…
Back in 2013, Forbes revealed scientific research that showed Oreos were more addictive than cocaine or heroin. Yep, it may be easier to kick a cocaine addiction than it is to let go of those double-stuffed sugar-bombs.
But it doesn’t stop there…
Research shows refined foods have powerful addictive properties that some people just can’t seem to resist. This is why so many smart, successful people excel in every area of their lives, yet still struggle to lose weight.
Maybe you’re one of those people, or maybe you know a few…
The fact is, some people are more susceptible to the addictive pull of these refined foods, and the more susceptible you are, the more traditional diets and weight loss products just won’t work for you long-term.
My friend, Dr. Susan Peirce Thompson, Ph.D., has developed a Susceptibility Quiz to help you find out how likely you are to be addicted to junk food and what you can do about it. She’s an Adjunct Associate Professor of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at the University of Rochester and an expert in the Psychology of Eating. Her simple and revolutionary weight-loss methods have been followed by literally hundreds of thousands of people in 190 of the 195 countries on earth. Her quiz is backed by research and its insights are changing lives.
Find out where you are on the Susceptibility Scale by >>>taking this short quiz<<<.
After the quiz, Susan will give you your score, and a customized video to help you understand what it means for your life.
Be happy, wild, and free,
P.S. – How you respond to sweet, snacky foods is deeply linked to your level of susceptibility. Dr. Thompson has helped countless people take back their lives from the shackles of food addiction. >>>Take her free quiz<<< and find out how you score.