Say goodbye to the hurtWith Slender For Life™ hypnosis for weight loss you can say goodbye to the hurt of being overweight. I used to weigh 260 pounds and I remember how physically, mentally and emotionally painful that was. That memory is one of the reasons that I am so passionate about teaching you the weight loss hypnosis tools so that you too can be at your healthy ideal weight – and most importantly, stay there. Say goodbye to the hurt is this weeks reading from my book, Becoming Slender For Life. You too can say “hello” to health and happiness!

Say goodbye to the hurt

Congratulations on your wise decision to use the Slender For Life™ Hypnotic Weight Management System. You have obtained one of the most powerful weight release solutions ever made available. And, yes, I mean, release. You want to permanently release your excess weight, not lose it, after all, things that are lost can be found! The unconscious mind is very literal and it knows that if you lose something, you must go and find it. You never want to lug this weight around again! This program is designed to support you with putting an end to the hurt caused by being overweight. That’s right, HURT. The emotional hurt from not being able to wear the clothes you want and look the way you know you can. The hurt from needing to opt out of physical activities with friends. The hurt and social stigma of being fat, chubby or pleasantly plump can destroy your self-esteem and self-confidence.

Sadly, the medical community is, for the most part, throwing in the towel with lifestyle changes when it comes to obesity. As reported in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer in 2004, this is the refrain heard from many medical doctors: “We can’t get our patients to change their behavior—eating right and exercising—so we have to go strictly to the medications.” More and more, overweight Americans are being prescribed drugs to treat the conditions that can lead to diabetes, heart disease and stroke. These are not drugs that help drop pounds. Instead, they allow people to maintain their unhealthy habits and sidestep early death. Medication is not the answer.

Art Caplin, a bioethicist at the University of Pennsylvania, put it this way: “The emphasis on drugs shifts responsibility from the individual, the food industry and society at large. People love to find a quick fix. They can say, ‘Oh, well; I’m not indulgent; I’m just sick.’”

Being even moderately overweight
can put you at serious health risk.

It puts significant strain on your heart causing angina and heart attacks. It can lead to hypertension, diabetes, high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, gall bladder disease and some types of cancer. When you release your weight and keep it off, you reduce these risks.

It is true that genetics certainly plays a role in obesity. Some of us are more predisposed to obesity than those lucky individuals who eat what they want, when they want, don’t exercise and don’t gain weight. But we can’t play victim to our genetics. Even though obesity is a familial trait, I am the one that chooses what and how much I eat as well as how much time I spend sitting on the couch. I can choose to eat more healthily, turn the TV off and be physically active.

Obese individuals face a number of extra health challenges, including cardiovascular complications, high blood pressure, atherosclerosis, thrombosis and more. Obesity interferes with the body’s ability to properly use the hormone insulin and control blood glucose levels, putting obese individuals on the path to type II diabetes. Excess weight also puts additional stress on joints, increasing your chances that you’ll develop osteoarthritis. Individuals who are obese are at greater risk for several forms of cancer. Sleep apnea is often a challenge for obese individuals, and women who are obese later in life are at an increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s.

Overweight children are apt to become overweight adults, and they face many of the same complications as adults who become obese later in life. We have a crisis with our children today. Due to obesity, this is the first generation that has a shorter life expectancy than our own.

So congratulations on taking the first steps toward ending your hurt and becoming slender for the rest of your life.

From Becoming Slender For Life, second edition,
pages 4 – 5

Slender For Life™ hypnosis for weight loss is here for you no matter where you may live. I offer free weight loss consultations in my Seattle weight loss and Bainbridge weight loss offices and online with the Hypnosis Health Info Virtual Office. No matter where you may live, you too can say goodbye to the hurt so take advantage of the free weight loss consultation from the comfort of your own home or office.

Check out Slender For Life™ and call (206) 903-1232 or email for your free consultation.

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