If you are overweight, you are eating when you don’t need to. You are eating for emotional reasons. Each body needs a certain amount of calories and nutrients to function properly. If you eat more than that, your body will start conserving the extra weight on your body. There is always a reason why we do the things we do, but that reason is generally hidden from the conscious mind. So, you probably don’t know the real reason you eat too much. People say, “ I like food.” But that isn’t a true reason, because a lot of gourmet cooks and gourmet diners like food, good food, but they are slim at the same time, eating just the right amount of good, tasty food for their bodies. If there is anyone who has the same challenges as you but succeeds in staying slim, then that means you can do that, too. People might say, “Everyone in my family is overweight.” But frequently we notice that there are actually one or two people who are not overweight in a family of otherwise heavy people. What do those people do differently? Overeating can be learned in families. If you see your parents overeating in response to stress, or even in times of celebration, you are likely to copy that behavior. But you can learn to change those behaviors. We can instruct your subconscious mind to find other, healthier ways to deal with stress, and healthier ways to celebrate. We can instruct your subconscious mind to make the changes you want to make. Your subconscious mind has your best interest at heart. It wants to protect you and keep you happy. We can show it different ways to comfort you, to help you feel comfortable in all the situations you face daily without having to overeat (or smoke or drink, or take drugs). It is hard to make these changes on your own. It is hard to see what you need to do. That’s where I come in. I have helped hundreds of people just like you make the changes they want to make in their eating habits in a safe, comfortable way, without feeling deprived.*
*Everyone is different, and your results may vary.