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You really can lose weight when you slow down your eating and at Slender For Life™ and in my book, Becoming Slender For Life, I teach you tools that when used, can help you to eat slowly and stop eating when your appetite tells you that it has enough fuel.  In both my Bainbridge Island weight loss office and my Seattle weight loss office I talk about how important it is that food should be enjoyable. When you slow down and eat consciously, it can be more than enjoyable. Weight loss hypnosis can help you to lose weight and to maintain your ideal weight throughout your life. Stop the crazy diet mentality. Don’t go through the holidays eating with reckless abandon and then regretting it January 3. Contact Slender For Life™ now from wherever you live and discover how you can learn to hypnotize yourself. With hypnosis for weight loss you can enjoy the special foods of the holidays and lose weight.

A Reuters Health article of Monday, November 9, titled To Eat Less, Your Body May Want You To Eat Slowly says “Your mother’s advice to slow down at meal time may have been wise after all: a new study suggests that shoveling down your food blocks the body’s natural appetite-control process.
Most of us have heard that eating fast can lead to food over consumption and obesity, and in fact some…studies have supported this notion.

What has been missing, however, is biological evidence that a leisurely meal is better for appetite control. The researchers found that when the men ate slowly, they showed higher blood levels of two hormones — peptide YY (PYY) and glucagon-like peptide 1 (GLP-1) — for roughly three hours after the meal. Both PYY and GLP-1 are released from the digestive tract as a “fullness” signal to the brain, curbing appetite and calorie intake.

The findings, to be published in the January 2010 issue of the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, give more weight to the conventional wisdom that people should savor their food. Some previous research has found that when people take the time to chew their food thoroughly and enjoy a meal, they tend to eat fewer calories than when they have that same meal at an eat-and-run pace. The study provides a possible explanation for the relationship between speed eating and overeating by showing that the rate at which someone eats may impact the release of gut hormones that signal the brain to stop eating,

The findings are particularly relevant in a time when many people are relying on fast food and regularly eating on the run. The study suggests that slowing down at meal time could aid appetite control, and ultimately weight control. They are a possible scientific explanation for “the warning we were given as children that ‘wolfing down your food will make you fat.”‘ You can find To Eat Less, Your Body May Want You To Eat Slowly here.

Again, no matter where you live, you can learn how to hypnotize yourself and take advantage of the tools and resources of Slender For Life™. I offer a no-charge and no-obligation weight loss consultation both in my Bainbridge Island weight loss office, at my Seattle weight loss office and over the phone for people who live too far away. People all over the country are experiencing the benefits of weight loss hypnosis with Slender For Life™ phone sessions and internet support.

Hypnosis for weight loss can help you slow down, eat less and even lose weight during the holidays. Stop the diet madness with self-hypnosis now. Don’t wait until January 3.

My book, Becoming Slender For Life and its hypnosis CD set support you to eat slow and lose weight.

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I eat slowly and savor the taste of my food.

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