Why You Are Not Losing Belly Fat…
If you are like most people with a weight problem,
you already know the answer. (Consuming more calories
than you burn).
And you probably know exactly what you have to do
in order to lose it.
Am I right? You probably have multiple books that
Then why aren’t you doing it?
Most people will tell you that all you need is more,
I am here to tell you that they couldn’t be more wrong!
Here is why…
According to the latest research*, ”will power” is a
When you ”will” yourself to stay away from bad foods,
it takes away your ability to concentrate on even the
simplest of day to day activities.
For example, when subjects were told not to eat chocolate
chip cookies, their persistence in puzzle solving
deteriorated. And when they were told to suppress an
emotional reaction to a movie, they had problems solving
a simple anagram.
In short, any act of suppression is virtually unsustainable…
This is why once you start having to think about other stuff,
it becomes almost impossible for you to stay away from the
cookies, the burgers, the tacos, the beer, the chips, and the soda.
Even worse, whatever habits you have developed around eating
lie deep in your unconscious mind. This dictates your ”default”
eating choices, and any changes to this using ”will power” are
met with massive resistance.
And this is a battle you don’t want to fight, because the
unconscious mind always wins.
So if you want to get trim, you have to change your unconscious
”default” eating choices. It is the only real way to get results
that stick – and it is a whole lot easier…
How do you work with the unconscious mind, you ask?
Sometimes repetition works, and establishing rituals one at
a time can help…
But the only method that is validated by current science and
mainstream organizations like The American Medical Association
is called medical hypnosis.
Hypnosis is basically the study of creating unconscious changes.
Over 80 years of clinical research have demonstrated that with
the aid of hypnosis, people are able to have control where they
had none before.
Get this; at the University of Iowa they are doing MRI studies
where you actually see the brain shutting off feelings of pain
in the brain. . . all under hypnosis.
If hypnosis can teach you to block pain, it certainly can
help you change your eating habits.
But make sure you get the real thing. You don’t want help
from a ”stage hypnotist” – you want to find someone with a
proven clinical track record. And finding somebody in
person with a proven track record for weight loss is
This is why it is sometimes better to find a home-use program.
And the program with the best track record in the industry was
created by Dr. Roberta Temes (author of a hypnosis textbook used
in medical schools).
Over 50,000 people have now used this program, and the
satisfaction rate is 92%.
This means that over 9 out of 10 people are able to change
their eating behaviors and get the slim body they deserve
using her hypnosis sessions.
The publisher provides you with a year to try the program,
and they even let you sample it for 28 days by just paying shipping.
So if you struggle with, ”will power” – then this program
is truly a, ”no brainer”.
Here are some stories from some users of their programs:
”I am now down 20 pounds and still have not had any
problems with stress eating (my lifetime habit is to overeat).
I am into a size 16 from a 20/22 and people are finally beginning
to notice. I personally thank you for your program even though I don’t
understand how it works. I amstarting to like who I see in the mirror.”
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Washington State Magazine
”I had an addiction to sugar and my weight problems were so severe
I was thinking of bypass surgery. I tried hypnosis programs in the past.
Some programs made me tense and uncomfortable; the power of others seemed
to fade away. Within the first week I was getting obvious results. Since
I started the program I’ve lost 30 pounds and I keep dropping them.
My addiction to sugar is pretty much gone and decisions to turn down foods
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