Taking responsibility for food choices is a challenge
With today’s food options, its easy to eat the wrong thing and especially easy to eat too much. The food industry has convinced us to over-indulge when it comes to food.
A key component: your psychological strategy
Exercise is of course a key component to a healthy lifestyle, but food intake and a healthy relationship with food is even more important.
We are what we eat — literally. For many, eating everything put in front of them is a very real problem. This comes from our primal instinct that believes there may not be food again tomorrow. Even tho the modern age solved that problem a long time ago, we all still have this basic instinct because the habit was never broken. While we’re still eating too much, most foods became filled with fat, calories and sodium and our bodies are reacting with weight gain. Obesity has never been as high as it has in the last 20 years as a result.
Weight Loss Hypnosis featured on Good Morning America
Good Morning America featured a woman who lost 140 pounds and kept it off for years. See how she changed her cravings from fast food to healthy foods. She went from 287 to 147 pounds. Click here to watch the hypnosis for weight loss news story on Good Morning America.
Hypnosis causes you to eat the right foods, in the right amount
Hypnosis helps to re-focus your mind on what to eat and in the right portions. While in the hypnotic state, a Meridian Peak Hypnosis Hypnotherapist gives new, positive suggestions to eat a reasonable portion at each mealtime. We can even include suggestions to include small snacks in between meals that boost your metabolism, causing pounds to melt off.
We will also reset the trigger that causes your brain to process when you are truly hungry. For some the sight or smell of food makes them hungry. Our Hypnotherapists can, through talking directly to the subconscious, re-program your hunger mechanism to tell you to eat when the stomach is truly empty of food (vs. before when temptation food was sensed).
Studies prove hypnosis is more effective than traditional counseling
In a study in American Health Magazine, hypnosis and hypnotherapy have a 93% success rate compared with lower results from other methods of therapy which require far more sessions. Click here to learn more about hypnosis and its high success rate.
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