Lose Weight Eating More

Did you ever consider that you can lose weight eating more? My Slender For Life™ Weight Loss Hypnosis program has always supported people with a nutrient dense lifestyle.

Nutrient density is defined as a ratio of nutrient content (in grams) to the total energy content (in calories). According to the Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2005, nutrient-dense foods are those foods that provide substantial amounts of vitamins and minerals and relatively few calories.

Sadly, most Americans are eating the traditional calorie density foods that make you fat and sick. If you don’t think that you can give up meat and dairy, then start by adding more vegetables and fruit into your diet.

Hypnosis for weight loss can help you to easily make lasting healthy lifestyle changes. I am happy to offer you a FREE weight loss hypnosis consultation online anywhere in the world or we can meet on Bainbridge Island or in my Seattle weight loss hypnosis office in the Medical Dental Building.

Call or email me now. Together, no matter where you may live, we can develop a hypnosis weight loss program for you.

Lose Weight Eating More

How to Lose Weight Eating More Food

Michael Greger, M.D.: “Researchers were able to cut people’s caloric intake nearly in half—from 3,000 calories a day down to 1,570—without cutting portions. They simply substituted high energy dense foods with less calorie dense foods. That means subjects ate lots of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and beans, compared to having high-energy density meals with lots of meat and sugar. They ate nearly half the calories, but they reported enjoying the meals just as much.”

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