Why Diets Don’t Work

It is a statistical fact that 90% of dieters gain back the weight within the next two years. If that isn’t sad enough, most gain 10-15 additional pounds. Why is this? Diets do not teach a person how to control the thoughts causing them to eat, nor do they address the emotional issues creating the underlying problem. The best type of weight management program focuses on both the emotional issues causing the problem and the mental workup that allows a person to recognize their negative thoughts and actually control them.

Once our mind is in control, the weight loss lasts and life is easier all the way around. I know. I personally gave away 75 pounds and have kept it off for 6.5 years. Since that time, in working with clients individually, as an honorary psychologist specializing in addiction, I now help clients heal emotionally and be more in control of their mind through a form of physics. A concept few people today are knowledgeable of.

A diet has a beginning and an end, while healthy eating is a consistent lifestyle change. Yet, how do we make this change? Diets look solely at the physical issue of weight loss when the real problem is a combination of emotional issues where a person needs healing and negative thoughts that need to be controlled leading to healthy food habits. We need to address all of these and more importantly begin to improve a person’s self-esteem. Weight loss is about filling the void healthfully instead of using food to either stuff or ignore feelings.

Exercise is a key component, yet with 8 Weeks To BLISS, it is not necessary.With 8 Weeks Of BLISS, a person can neglect exercise and still lose weight. Yet instead of flabby arms and thighs, most everyone feels motivated to exercise. Suddenly they want to take better care of themselves and exercise becomes a fun part of their lives.

When we learn to like ourselves and think more positive, we automatically want to take better care of ourselves. For the first time, clients begin to see food as nourishment rather than an emotional crutch. The research here is on weight loss, yet all eating disorders are proven to be helped and discussed.

Natalie Dunne of South Broward lost 10 pounds in a week after her individualized evaluation and the tips.

Marian Kloter of Deerfield Beach swears This is the easiest program physically to follow, you get right to the root of the problem and we begin to heal ourselves. I lost 46 pounds and have kept it off!

Ron V of Coconut Creek claims, no longer eat nuts compulsively, have met my weight goal and recommend 8 Weeks to BLISS wholeheartedly.

The only thing you have to lose is: (A) Sadness, (B) Weight Problems

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