Dr Layne Norton & Sohee Lee, Reverse Dieting eBook.pdf
My fascination with fitness stems from a 10-year eating disorder (anorexia and bulimia)
that I have since kicked to the curb. What initially started out as an obsession with weight
loss has, over the years, morphed into a genuine love for the field of fitness – not just
strength training, not simply the nuances of nutrition, but more so the psychological
aspect of it all.
I’ve dieted many times, and I’ve also been through a few “bulk” cycles – not all of them
I stumbled across the concept of flexible dieting a few years back when I found myself
struggling (badly, might I add) with following meal plans and seeing foods in black and
white. At that point, I was at an all-time low and convinced that I simply didn’t have the
discipline, willpower, or self control to ever be lean again. I was binging every other day
and hating every minute in the gym.
Luckily, things have changed for the better now.
Sohee Lee with Dr. Layne Norton