Want to lose or control your weight?
Christmas is Coming, the Goose is Getting Fat – but there is no need for you to! There is now a trialled and tested way of ensuring that you can be the size, shape and weight you want to be without the hassle of calorie or points counting, weighing food or restricting what you eat.
In the last 100 years or so, we have changed from eating a nutritionally good diet, high in protein and good-for-you fats, to eating a nutritionally poor diet, high in carbohydrates and not-so-good fats.
Our bodies have responded by increasing rates of obesity, type 2 diabetes, coronary artery disease and high blood pressure. We eat and drink whatever is to hand – sweets, cakes, sugary drinks, fast food - whenever we think we feel hungry, rather than eating healthily when we need to. Doctors now perform bariatric surgery on overweight people, placing a band around the top of the stomach, forming a golf-ball sized pouch which cannot take more than small amounts of well-chewed food three times a day. The patient has to eat healthy food for maximum nutrition and exercise daily. The result? The body loses those extra pounds, reducing the chance of diabetes and heart disease.
Now, though, it is possible to get the same results just by hypnosis! Under hypnosis, the mind is convinced that the body has been operated on and a gastric band inserted. Now the stomach believes it can only accept small amounts of food 3 times a day. By eating healthy food in small quantities, the result is safe, controlled weight loss.
The Virtual Gastric Band Programme is now available in Pocklington on Thursdays at Chiropractic Plus, Regent Street, at Norwood Chapel, Beverley or at your place of work in the comfort of your own home as an individual or in a group. Or why not join with a group of your own friends or work-mates and share the cost?
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Carrie BarberNovember 25th, 2016