Get losing weight now!

January 6, 2013

WL ontrack revWhat about weight loss with absolute caring, personal help for 3 months?

My Bolt to Success program ensures the rubbish foods/drinks are kicked out, that you have no desire for sweet and fattening food, that you eat the size portions you need and actually leave food on your plate if there is too much. It also delves into the whys and wherefores of your eating nipping the triggers in the bud.  More about those in another blog. The important thing is to get started now while you are thinking about it.

  1. Ring for free 20 min phone/skype chat – to work out what you want to achieve and how to do it.  Contact me here
  2. Book your first consultation – it will be in person, or on Skype.
  3. Pay and get the online program – you will get the link and be able to start immediately even before your first consultation.
  4. Start learning all sorts of wonderful things: enjoy the completely different weight loss process of consultations, audios and videos.
  5. Notice the difference to your thoughts, attitude to food and the way you feel and look. It is a great feeling!

Start here!

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Weight loss: Hypno-Band

September 5, 2010

The Hypno-Band is the revolutionary new weight loss system designed for those with a high Body Mass Index (BMI).  I am a licensed practitioner.

Having a Hypno-Band fitted means you have all the benefits of the surgical gastric band without the surgery and exhorbitant cost. You will eat smaller portions and feel full.

Over four, one hour, sessions you go through the process of having a gastric band fitted, only in your mind, and your mind becomes convinced your stomach is smaller and you need less food.  It is extremely relaxing and pleasurable, there are no side effects, it is perfectly safe.

To have a gastric band fitted surgically will cost between £4,000 and £6,000. The Hypno-Band costs £300 for the 4 sessions.  A slightly more affordable option!


Word pictures on weight

April 29, 2010

My favourate copywriter, Doug Jenner, from Best Words, has this to say.

‘Copy that works creates pictures in heads. People visualise what you’re on about. They can see it’

So here goes,  this is my word picture to you

The other night I saw a programme on TV about obese people.  One particular lady was so enormous (I think she was 33 stone) she actually allowed the TV cameras into her home to show how you can jeopardise your life if you let the calories take over and just eat and eat.   She was showing us how she lives and graffically saying please don’t ever get like this.

She has so many rolls of fat that the last huge stomach roll rested on the mid part of her upper legs. She could not walk, she could not sit properly, nor lie comfortably.

It showed her husband helping to shower her.  She was sitting and he was carefully lifting up every roll of fat to wash in the creases underneath.  She said they have to do this daily because it gets red, sore,  extremely smelly, and infected very quickly if they don’t.  They started under her great saggy boobs, then moved down lifting every heavy, white, revoltingly globby roll to wash under each. There were at least 5 different rolls of fat altogether.   It looked gross.

She was in tears as she told how she had not been able to see her grandchildren because she cannot travel.  Not only is it too difficult but she is very susceptable to infections and, also,  it would put too much strain on her vital organs.  She has already had frightening heart problems.

This woman was four times my size, one of me in her legs, one of me around her stomach, one of me around her chest and one of me in her arms and head!

I really admire her for letting everyone see her naked and hear her story. I also hope it inspires those heading towards obesity to stop and turn around.


Some stats on weight

April 10, 2010

Did you realise that more than 46% of men and 32% of women are overweight in England?  And, on top of that 17% men and 21% women are obese.  The majority of obese people are over 55.  Obesity has doubled since the mid 1980s. (2008 figures)

We are talking here of 28million men and 20 million women in England alone!

And what about the kids? Sadly there are around 1 in 4, 11 to 15 year olds, considered obese.

While you may not consider yourself  obese, or even overweight, the fact is you are probably one of more than 50% of the population that worries about your weight, is on some diet, and has self esteem issues associated with the way you look.

This is a huge issue world wide.  Our lifestyles and routines do influence our emotions. Our emotions influence the way we eat and perform.  We can spiral out of control so easily and it self perpetuates.

Not good!

Well, there’s plenty of work for all the people who sell products and help with weight loss.  But, finding something that works for you may involve years, even a lifetime, of trial and error, and certainly money.

Keep watching this blog as I unravel the mysteries of weight and show you how you can reduce yours, and feel 100%  better.