All of those liquid calories count and at Seattle weight loss I know that one way to end childhood obesity is to cut out the liquid candy of pop & soda. One way to reduce and eliminate cravings for soda (including diet soda) is hypnosis mind control. That’s right! When you know how to do hypnosis you can take control of your own thoughts, emotions and desires. Weight loss self-hypnosis really can work for you. Use hypnotherapy and create a healthy craving for water!
MayoClinic.com says, Count liquid calories. The average 12-ounce can of soda has more than 100 calories and 10 teaspoons of sugar. The calories and sugar in fruit juice, specialty coffees and other drinks can add up quickly as well. Drinking water instead of soda and other sugary drinks may spare your teen hundreds of calories and a day’s worth of sugar — or even more. For variety, suggest flavored water, seltzer water or unsalted club soda. Read more about teenage obesity at MayoClinic.com.
When you know how to do hypnosis you don’t have to count those liquid calories. Instead you can use weight loss self-hypnosis and and create a craving for water. With hypnotherapy, we can put an end to childhood obesity. Children, teenagers and adults can learn hypnosis mind control.
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