Learn the Latest Neuroscience on Habit Change to Help You Manage Your Food Cravings and Become a Healthier Eater
Eat Right Now® is an evidence-based program developed from over 10 years of groundbreaking medical research by Dr. Judson Brewer MD, PhD while he was running Yale University’s Neuroscience Clinic.
Watch Dr. Brewer’s TEDMED Talk ‘A Simple Way to Break a Bad Habit’
Eat Right Now® Is Brought to You By Internationally Renowned Cravings and Weight Management Experts
Dr. Judson Brewer MD, PhD (“Jud”)Leading Expert in Cravings, Addictions and the Science of Self Mastery
For over 15 years, Dr. Brewer has been helping people control their cravings and developing the scientific approach for Eat Right Now®. He has taught at Yale University, published numerous peer-reviewed articles and book chapters, spoken at international conferences, and his work has been featured at TED, TEDMED, Time magazine, Forbes, BBC, NPR, and many other publications. Dr. Brewer is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Medicine at University of Massachusetts School of Medicine and is a practicing psychiatrist. Dr. Brewer will teach you how to tap into your natural ability to master your bad habits and become a healthier eater.
Dr. Kara Nance, MD FACP (“Kara”)Leading Nutrition and Weight Management Expert
For over 15 years, Dr. Kara Nance has been helping her patients manage their health and weight. She is double board certified in both internal medicine and Obesity medicine. After Princeton University, where she graduated with honors, Dr. Nance attended the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Dr. Nance founded WellessenceMD to bring health & wellbeing to life! Her nutrition and weight management clinic has treated hundreds of patients with incredible results. She firmly believes that there is no one size fits all when it comes to nutrition.
Dr. Ashley E. Mason, PhD (“Ashley”)Expert in Food Craving & Addiction
Dr. Ashley Mason is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco. She has conducted a controlled trial testing Eat Right Now at UCSF, and these results will soon be publicly available. She will be presenting these results at the Society for Behavioral Medicine in March of 2017.