What does weight loss hypnosis and Dr. Nathan Pritican have to do with each other? My weight loss hypnosis journey began in the 1990’s when a daughter-in-law suggested that we try the 6-week McDougall Plan. Dr. Nathan Pritican was Dr. John McDougall’s mentor.
We did it, felt better and I lost weight. Of course the moment that we stopped that diet, I gained all the weight back, plus more. I felt miserable both physically and emotionally. But, I wanted my cheese, ice cream and cinnamon rolls.
At hypnosis certification training, I was the subject for weight loss hypnosis. It worked. I began to lose weight and became passionate about helping others to lose weight and keep it off with my Slender For Life™ Weight Loss Hypnosis.
I had the opportunity to meet Dr. McDougall. We communicated over the following months and Dr, McDougall became my mentor. I was invited to a McDougall Weekend in Santa Rosa to talk about hypnosis for weight loss.
It was through Dr. McDougall that I learned about Nathan Pritican and began researching his work and became even more convinced of the benefits of a whole-food plant-based lifestyle. Over the years, Dr. McDougall became my mentor.
If you are ready to be serious about your weight and health, weight loss hypnosis can help you. Give me a call or email me now so that you can get started. Together, no matter where you may live, we can develop a hypnosis program for you.
During his career he published several national best-selling books and his team published over 100 scientific papers in some of the world’s most respected peer reviewed medical journals. He founded his longevity center in Santa Barbara in 1974, then moved it to the old Del Mar Hotel on the beach in Santa Monica in 1978. Thousands of people attending his live-in programs saw their heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, and obesity reverse, almost overnight. A variant of the original Pritikin Program is still operating in Florida.
After his death a thorough autopsy was performed and the results were published in the New England Journal of Medicine. His heart was remarkably free of disease and the coronary arteries were completely open, proving one last time that he was right.
One of my favorite writings of Nathan Pritikin was the article High Carbohydrate Diets: Maligned and Misunderstood, published in the Winter 1976 issue of The Journal of Applied Nutrition.
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