After working hard to lose 20 pounds last year, 23-year-old Dana Leavitt, a Researcher at Harpo, felt her body was stuck at a plateau. At 174 pounds, she says she wanted to get her eating under control, once and for all.
"If I have nothing else to do, I think that I'm hungry, but I'm actually just bored," Dana says. "If I'm upset or depressed about something, I think I'm hungry. Every single day I think about what I can do to lose weight. I don't want that to be an issue in my life."