Hi Cathe and forum members. I have been reading about Bright Line Eating - and although I think the concept is good, the author says that research shows that exercise and losing weight are not compatible. Her program advocates ZERO exercise because she says it drains will power - and changes to eating habits take all the will power. I am a firm believer that exercise should not be used to lose weight. A change in nutrition is 100% required - exercising can never make up for a bad diet. But I am also not sure I agree with ZERO exercise. I thought you might have more insight on this matter. I am in my early 50s - and there is no way I will stop lifting weights for any period of time. Just curious about your thoughts on this research. Thanks in advance for any information you can provide.