Hypnosis for weight loss clients at Slender For Life™ know what other foods to limit for healthy eating and weight loss. They learn to minimize or eliminate such things as dried fruit, fruit juices, white flour products, sweeteners and chocolate. Weight loss hypnosis clients know that food should look like God made it. Fruit should look like fruit rather than processed food out of a bottle.
Other foods to limit
Dried fruit and fruit juices: eat your fruits as they were grown. With dried fruit and fruit juices you are mainlining sugar.
White flour products, such as breads, bagels, pretzels and white pasta: the less a food is processed, the better it is for weight release. Flour products are composed of fragments of grain, or relatively small particles, which increase absorption and slow weight release. While you are releasing weight, I recommend that you eat only about four slices of whole grain bread each week. Once you are at your ideal weight, you can eat whole grain or flourless bread on a daily basis and maintain your weight. Sweeteners, including sugar, honey, molasses, maple syrup, etc.: they all have the same negative effect on you. Sugar is sugar, and all forms react the same way in your body. Some of my clients use artificial sweeteners.
Personally, I do not and would not. Many clients use estevia (or stevia), an herb, as a sweetener.
Chocolate: despite all the recent press about the alleged benefits of dark chocolate, it’s still not a health food! I have previously discussed the addictive qualities of chocolate. When you do eat chocolate, make it a small piece of pure chocolate. You will get the chocolate taste with much less fat and sugar than you will from cheap chocolate candy, which is nothing more than chocolate flavored sugar.
With hypnosis for weight loss it’s really easy to eat lots of whole grains, vegetables and fruit – food that looks like it was dug out of the ground or picked off of a plant, bush or out of a tree.
Your Hypnosis Health Info Hypnotic Suggestion for today:
I always eat lots of whole grains, vegetables and fruits.
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