Each and every one of us has many different reasons why we may want to lose weight. Some of these are to feel healthier, look better, fit into your old clothes or even have been advised by a medical practitioner to get in shape. However, these people who battle constantly with their weight then they already know how hard it is to stick to a diet. Most of these cases just don’t work.
Slimming pills and weight-loss fads are of extremely limited effectiveness. Take into consideration the dangers of surgical procedures and the lack of long term studies of new fad diets as safe, reliable alternative is needed.
Weight loss requires some effort on your part just like everything else worth achieving in life although many claim that there are painless ways of losing weight. There techniques and tools to make your transition to health much more enjoyable and easy. Paul McKenna famous system is a great example and it has been tested on British television with remarkable results and it didn’t involve hypnosis.
McKenna spent 13 years analyzing the behaviors of naturally thin people in order to devise his weight-loss system and found some amazing things. He found out the every person has an inborn weight control mechanism, a set point that attempts to maintain a particular amount of fat on the body. He formulated his easy to use weight-loss system based on this premise. He even allowed people to eat what they wanted and they still lost massive amounts of weight. - http://www.personal-development.info/weight-loss.html
When we go on a diet, we are forcing the body to adjust to a new way of eating and is in effect resisting the powerful totally natural urges the body has to prevent energy deficit. In addition, many people overeat due to stress or the desire to suppress negative emotions or feelings of discomfort. This is why the use of self hypnosis is so effective for weight loss because it can retrain the mind to view food, fitness and eating in more healthy ways.
But McKenna’s research shows that if you follow your own body’s natural rhythm, you will be much more successful at losing weight. Denying yourself certain things you set up resistance and you will make it much more difficult to stick to your weight-loss plan. The key is to stop denying yourself the foods you really enjoy but to eat them in moderation. It is easier to say than done but McKenna has some simple yet powerful techniques to ensure your success. You can eat what you want.
Stop eating once you’re full. We need to learn to recognize that our body has sent the brain the message “right stop eating I’m satisfied" and take heed of them.
Take an extra 15 minutes of exercise a day.
By following these simple steps, you are guaranteed success and a new healthy, fit body.
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