Five Ways Hypnotherapy Can Help You With Weight Loss …
Did you know that by using over-hyped exercise machines or following a fad diet, people actually end up gaining even more weight? Hypnotherapist SANDRA CABOT reveals some very helpful weight loss information ...
Unless you address the emotional reasons for putting on weight, you will not make any real impact on the weight you are carrying. Here's how you can do that:
1. Choose right food choices. Clinical Hypnotherapy techniques make it easy to do so. Recent clinical studies show that techniques used in Clinical Hypnotherapy increase the amount of weight you can lose by over 100%. Most importantly ... the results have long term results. Instead of relying on super-human feats of willpower.
2. Create motivation and the desire to exercise. It's not necessary to do a lot of exercise but it is beneficial to walk more or do some exercise that you love to do, such as playing tennis or swimming etc.
3. Eliminate cravings. People gain weight because of giving in to cravings. When you gain control of cravings, the extra weight melts away over time easily without feeling you are being deprived. This eliminates the brain messages telling you to eat things that may not be good for you.
4. Eliminate the feeling of being deprived. It's not about denying yourself, it's about not wanting what's bad for you in the first place.
5. Rewire your brain with the right messages for success. Often people think they have to rely on will-power but when they have removed Sabotage programming and install programming that assists them, they find they are drawn to eating well and enjoying the exercise they choose to take part in.
When you make the changes and implement new beliefs and behaviours, healthy eating and weight loss are so easy.
To enquire about weight loss hypnotherapy sessions with Sandra Cabot, call her on 0406 638 858 or check out her websites www.sentiencetherapies.com and www.sydneycbdhypnosis.com.au
A Holistic Approach
to Weight Loss ...
Perth-based personal trainer LUCY MORRIS offers some inspiration - and straight talk - about a holistic approach to weight loss ...
Sadly enough there are too many people in our society who are overfed but chronically malnourished.
The long term health implications of this phenomenon are well known and extend far beyond what we see when we look in the mirror.
We live in the world of the quick fix but unfortunately when it comes to weight loss and improving our health this just simply isn’t going to work.
I believe that the first step you must be prepared to take on your weight loss journey is to learn to respect your body and then treat it accordingly.
As enticing as the advertising for all the various diet regimes, pills and meal replacement plans may seem initially, they are designed to set you up for failure.
If you don’t first address the real reasons for your weight gain and fix those then anything you do is just a bandaid measure and will not provide you with the long term results you are seeking.
So, get your mind in the right place first and your body will follow.
When you continually put food, drink and other substances into your body that you know are potentially harmful and cause you to function sub-optimally you are showing a lack of respect for one of the most amazing gifts you have been given.
The first thing you must do is to acknowledge the harm you are causing and then instil a belief in yourself that your body deserves to be treated better.
You wouldn’t put the wrong fuel in your car and expect it to perform well, and the way you view fuelling your body should be no different. Beginning the repair process is very simple –
• Ensure that you are getting between seven and nine hours of good quality uninterrupted sleep every night
• Drink approximately 40mls of water/kg of body weight every day
• Eliminate processed foods – this means buying good quality, fresh produce.
There is never any need to open a can, box or packet - these foods are devoid of nutrients so choose the fresh counterpart instead. A good benchmark to use when grocery shopping is to avoid anything that your great-grandmother wouldn’t recognise as food.
• Acknowledge the stressors in your life and try to implement ways to reduce the impact they have
• Eat five to six small meals a day (starting with breakfast) and make sure that each of them includes a source of protein and a vegetable
• Be mindful of what you put into your mouth and avoid non-hungry eating – eat a wide variety of nutrient dense foods each day
• Seek the support of those around you and avoid people who bring negative energy into your life
• Move more – engage in incidental and planned exercise at least five days a week
There is no need to worry about counting calories or ever feeling as though you are depriving yourself.There is no need to worry about counting calories or ever feeling as though you are depriving yourself.
When you begin providing your body with the nutrients it needs you will find that cravings subside and your energy levels will increase.
The key is to not let your tastebuds dictate what you consume and to stop eating when you feel satisfied – that is to say reconnect your body and mind so that they are working in harmony with each other.
You may be surprised by how powerful this can be.
For more information on Lucy Morris check out www.mobilitypt.com.au
Being Motivated Just Beyond Health
Weight Loss Tips from Ontrack Retreats - a Progressive Weight Loss Retreat near Sydney:
If you suffer from sugar cravings or have a sweet tooth, you may need to increase chromium in your diet or take a chromium supplement.
Chromium is an essential nutrient for normal sugar and fat metabolism, it is critical in our efforts to control and reduce excess body fat.
Chromium supplementation lowers blood sugar and insulin levels and can increase levels of the 'good' HDL cholesterol.
This lowers total cholesterol and triglycerides, playing a key role in regulating appetite, reducing sugar cravings and lowering body fat.
Here's some common sources of chromium:
- Beef - Liver - Apples - Bananas - Spinach - Onions - Eggs - Chicken - Oysters - Wheatgerm - Green Peppers
Black pepper, butter, and molasses are also good sources of chromium, but they're normally consumed in very small amounts.
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