Powerful Solution For Your Weight Problem

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By Alexander Ivlev

bigpantsA person is considered obese when his or her weight is 20% or more above normal weight. Obesity is a global problem. The main reason why people become overweight is stress and negative thoughts. Good news is you can lose weight easily without diets or pills. You even don’t have to go to Gym. All you need is ….let yourself become relaxed and accept the verbal positive suggestions given to you by your hypnotist while you are in a comfortable state of deep relaxation! Those suggestions will help you lose 3-5 pounds per week effortlessly.

Why can you lose weight with hypnotic techniques? Because the human body has the built-in mechanism for maintaining a healthy weight which is normal weight of a slim person. If you start eating every day healthy food such as fruits and vegetables, seeds, nuts, fish, chicken (you know what healthy food is) instead of heavy and junk food, your body will begin to lose weight gradually.

Usually overweight people can’t lose weight with diets because subconsciously they don’t want to lose weight. Hypnotic techniques for weight loss help easily to eliminate craving for junk food and sugar in one or several sessions. You can become a more selective eater: the more healthy food you eat to more unwanted pounds you lose. Now you know that there is no mystery of hypnosis for weight loss. All power is already within you. Hypnosis is a shortcut to your success!

You hear and see a lot of TV and Radio commercials for weight loss every day:

“Lose weight by eating berries!”, “Lose weight with drugs!”,” Lose weight with special diet!”

You probably never thought about hypnosis as a powerful tool for weight loss. And you don’t see TV commercials for weight loss with hypnosis every day, no doubt.

hypnosisWhy there are no front store signs such as “Hypnosis For Weight Loss” or billboard posters “Lose Weight With Hypnosis!”? Because people have fears about hypnosis, thanks to the movie makers and books writers. Some people even think that hypnosis can do brain damage.

By the way recently I have successfully hypnotized one of my weight loss client who had a brain surgery a year ago. She felt great right after a hypnosis session with me and she lost a lot of weight now without any diet or drugs. I sent a letter-report to her doctor explaining how hypnosis helps to lose weight.

So, the main question you may have is how hypnosis works for weight loss?

Here is my big secret for you my friend: hypnosis doesn’t make you slim, hypnosis only helps to accept positive suggestions to lose weight. As soon as your subconscious mind will accept such suggestions (usually this happens during a hypnosis session) your body will start losing weight gradually. Don’t get me wrong, If I say to you while you are in a trance: “You are losing weight every day, you are getting slim,”- nothing will happen. But if I will give you the suggestions to eat less food and smaller portions, very soon you will notice positive changes in your life.

Did you try many diets? Some other people tried numerous diets, drugs, Gym too. No success. Your willpower is strong, your motivation is high, you do everything to lose weight but all your extra pounds are still there, right?

Will you be surprised if I will tell you that you can’t lose weight because subconsciously you don’t want to lose it? You are surprised now! So, any time when you try to lose it, you self-resist it and as a result you get no results at all. The harder you try the more resistant you become! This is not your fault, this is actually your subconscious mind’s fault because subconscious mind controls and protects your eating habits. Here is my big secret for you: If your eating habits will be changed, you will start losing your extra weight! How to change your eating habits?

Any habit can be changed or even eliminated with special positive suggestions given to a hypnotized person while he or she is in a hypnotic trance state. As soon as your subconscious mind will accept such positive suggestions you will start losing weight naturally. Normally you can’t access your subconscious but with hypnosis it’s easy.

saladplateYou can lose 3-5 pounds per week effortlessly. No any diets, drugs or Gym needed. Your mind can be “re-programmed” to eat healthy food instead of junk food. Your body has a built-in mechanism for weight management. When you start eating healthy food this mechanism will be re-activated that’s why it’s very easy to lose weight with hypnosis.

My 60 years old client Amy asked me to help her eliminate her craving for cookies and ice cream. She ate a lot of sugar and as a result she added 40 pounds extra to her normal weight. Why does she like sugar so much? One of the main reason for eating cookies and ice cream between meals is… a habit to do so! That’s it. The more she tried to stop eating it the more she wanted to eat it!

I explained to Amy that because she had never been hypnotized before, we should do simple exercises that will help her to enter a hypnotic state easily. So we did some very simple exercises and after 10 minutes Amy was ready for hypnosis.

She has entered a very comfortable state of relaxation and felt herself very peaceful and calm during the session. I gave her my positive suggestions for craving elimination while she was in hypnosis and right after the session she became sugar craving free.

In only 2 weeks after hypnosis she has lost 4.5 pounds already and she doesn’t have any craving for cookies and ice cream. Every day Amy eats apples, bananas and dates because she knows that all fruits and vegetables are very healthy food for her body. Amy also knows that her body is losing weight naturally without any effort. She feels great now!

Alexander Ivlev, Consulting Hypnotist

Protecting Our Children From Obesity

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obeseboyvectoreatingFrom Your Health Journal…..”I wanted to promote an article in The Coloradoan entitled We must protect our children from epidemic of obesity written by Tim Flynn and Terry Gebhardt, who really hit home with their message. This web site has mentioned many times the concern over childhood obesity – as it has grown to epidemic proportions in many areas of the United States, as well as other countries. Obesity related illness such as asthma, weak joints, cancer, type 2 diabetes, and heart disease are also up. Since the article in today’s review was written in Colorado, they mention how Colorado is the least obese state in the nation with 20.7 percent of adults and 10 percent to 15 percent of children defined as obese. The authors of this article are quick to point out that nobody should be patting themselves on the back over these statistics so fast. I encourage you all to visit the Coloradoan web site (link provided below) to read the complete article. It was well written and very informative.”

From the article…..

Childhood obesity is a national epidemic. In the United States, the number of children and teenagers who are overweight or obese has tripled from 1980 to 2000 alone, and the numbers continue to grow each year.

Surveys show Colorado is the least obese state in the nation with 20.7 percent of adults and 10 percent to 15 percent of children defined as obese. Don’t pat yourself on the back just yet. These percentages represent a significant number of our Coloradans who are living unhealthy lifestyles. In fact, our current obesity rates are similar to Texas in 1995.

Many of us are unsure of how to judge what overweight and obese look like as we are one of the most overweight countries in the world and that has distorted our perceptions. The most common way to calculate if an individual is underweight, at a typical weight, overweight or obese is by their body mass index, or BMI. This calculation takes into account a person’s weight and height to determine their categorical body mass. While this calculation is not perfect, and does not take into consideration the difference between muscle and fat, it is effective as a quick screening tool. To calculate your child’s BMI, go to www.Colpts.com.

Childhood obesity is one of America’s biggest health concerns because excessive body weight is associated with heart and lung disease, diabetes, liver complications, sleep apnea and specific types of cancer. Two of the most commonly reported problems in overweight children are joint pain and bone health. Studies show girls and boys who are obese have 13 percent less bone mineral strength compared with their same-aged healthy peers. Decreased bone strength may lead to spinal complications as well as bone fractures if not addressed.

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Childhood Obesity A Growing Epidemic

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By Anand Bhatt

obesegirlvectorexerciseWelcome a new definition of playtime. What once meant engaging in friendly competition on the playground, now means engaging in virtual competition without even leaving the house. As phone, tablet, and television screens get closer to our faces, both parents and children are blinded by artificial light and missing out on nature’s own. When a problem like childhood obesity takes the reins on children’s lives so much so that the first lady gets involved, it’s no wonder that it’s been a growing epidemic since the 1970s. Although the 1970s is defined by the Equal Rights Amendment, there was a major shift in day-to-day life that sparked equally weighted changes in diet and activity. Fast food chains gained popularity and children started eating out at their favorite quick stops fivefold more than they used to. According to Effects of fast-food consumption on energy intake and diet quality among children in a national household survey, 30.3% of the total sample of 6,212 children and adolescents 4 to 19 years of age in the United States reported consuming fast-food.

With programs like Let’s Move led by first-lady Michelle Obama and the Play60 campaign led by members of the National Football League, people are starting to take note of the empty playgrounds and growing rate of sedentary children. Today’s kids are eating too much and exercising too little. These patterns, when established in such early stages of life, can progress to adulthood where many individuals may end up sitting in front of a cubicle for work, not cognizant of the dangers of inactivity.

If we stay on this path, the CDC projects that 42% of Americans will be obese by the year 2030.

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that 15% of severe obesity in adults is a consequence of persistent obesity in childhood. If we stay on this path, the CDC projects that 42% of Americans will be obese by the year 2030. That’s nearly half of America, or 1 in every 2 people! Not to mention that this same report by the CDC finds that $550 billion worth of health care costs are derived from obesity-related ailments.

Childhood obesity has become such a problem that teachers in North Andover, Massachusetts are deciding to take action by sending “fat letters” to children of obese parents. This controversial way of direct-action in an effort led by the Department of Public Health tells parents by a note sent home with their child that their child is obese. There are many ways to open a parents eyes to how their daily activities are setting an example for their children. Although “fat letters” may be extreme, doing things like encouraging activity or asking them to join you on an after-dinner walk can exemplify good habits and encourage communication!

obeseboyvectorbellyClearly, obesity is and is continuing to be a growing epidemic. We are so preoccupied by what’s in our inbox, getting ahead, and being part of this technology-driven tornado that we are losing focus on ourselves. To get ahead, adults need to practice healthy lifestyles to inspire their children to do the same. This means playing or being active for at least 30 minutes to 60 minutes a day and inhaling from fresh, outside air. The desire to help children realize their kinetic potential inspired me to create Fit Kids, Healthy Kids, Happy Kids, a compilation of children’s songs that aim to inspire movement and healthy lifestyles. With a little bit of education and fun while being active, whether it’s dancing while doing the dishes or playing ball in the park for an hour or two, we can reverse this trend of childhood obesity for a healthier future.

– Rock & Pop Star Anand Bhatt, when not on the red carpet, is an active supporter of health and fitness endeavors worldwide. After witnessing the unhealthy lifestyles of himself and his peers, Anand wrote the book Rock Star Recipes, an easy diet program for those who are strapped for time or under stress. Anand Bhatt has recently released the music album Fit Kids, Healthy Kids, Happy Kids, a compilation of children’s songs that aim to inspire Parents, Teachers and Kids movement, good eating habits and overall healthy lifestyles.

Who Are You Calling Fat?

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doctorFrom Your Health Journal…..”An interesting article from the BCC written by Dr Pallavi Bradshaw entitled Child obesity: Who are you calling fat?. Doctors do have a hard time sometimes talking to parents who feel they are being accused of poor parenting, which is why healthcare professionals may need guidance in tackling the problem, especially when parents cannot see there is one. Most parents do not want to hear their child is overweight or obese. There are a select few, who are told are happy, yet concerned, but then act on it. Personally, I am not sure of the proper method to tell a parent about a potentially unhealthy child – what I do know, each child (and parent) is different, and reacts differently to each circumstance. But, I really encourage you to visit the BBC web site (link provided below) to read the complete article. It is a well written and informative article.”

From the article…..

Child obesity can be a taboo subject.

Doctors can struggle to talk to parents who feel they are being accused of poor parenting, which is why healthcare professionals may need guidance in tackling the problem, especially when parents cannot see there is one.

From Turkey Twizzlers to MPs suggesting a correlation between a child’s weight and their social background, obesity is a hot topic and an ever-growing public health issue.

The reality can be devastating for families with children taken into care for being obese, or suffering long-term health problems.

Children unable to lose weight as they grow older may develop chronic and life-threatening diseases such as Type 2 diabetes and heart disease.

Obesity is also a huge cost to the public purse, and experts predict that it will result in the health service paying out £6.3bn by 2015.

So how should doctors intervene?

While friends and family may be afraid to comment on a child’s physique or put the excess weight down to “puppy fat”, a doctor should not ignore tackling the issue openly with parents who may be in denial.
Poor judgement

Studies have suggested that parents’ judgement is poor regarding weight, with 75% underestimating the size of an overweight child and 50% failing to recognise that their child is obese.

More worrying is that there are similar findings for the perceptions of healthcare professionals.

Due to changes in the delivery of health services, patients will often see different GPs or practice nurses over a period of time.

This has eroded the unique relationship once had with the family doctor and can mean that GPs feel reluctant to raise sensitive issues during a one-off consultation.

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The Obesity Epidemic

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Thank you to the CDC for providing this excellent video…..

This video explains the many factors that have contributed to the obesity epidemic, and showcases several community initiatives taking place to prevent and reduce obesity. Obesity is a national epidemic and a major contributor to some of the leading causes of death in the U.S., including heart disease, stroke, diabetes and some types of cancer. We need to change our communities into places that strongly support healthy eating and active living.

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The Obesity Solution

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boycookieFrom Your Health Journal…..”A very good article recently in the Windsor Star out of Ontario, Canada entitled Obesity: Yes, we need a solution. Not only is the United States having issues with obesity, so is their neighbor up north, Canada. This editorial reports that Ontario kids are not as healthy as they should be, suggesting adults should encourage better eating habits and more physical activity. In this region, The number of overweight or obese kids has jumped 70 per cent over the past 30 years. That’s nearly 28 per cent of all kids between the ages of two and 17. Last year, Ontario spent $4.5 billion caring for people struggling with weight problems. The article states that technology is a major culprit to this issue, as TV was not available 24/7 like it is today – added to this issue computers, Ipads, video games, and hand held devices. Change is needed to get kids healthier, and reduce obesity related illness. Please visit the Windsor Star web site (link provided below) to read the complete article.”

From the article…..

There’s no question children in Ontario aren’t as healthy as they could be. And there’s no question that we should be encouraging our kids to eat better foods and exercise more.

As the government-commissioned Healthy Kids Panel said this week, obesity is a quality-of-life issue and a problem that is straining Ontario’s already strapped health care budget.

The number of overweight or obese kids has jumped 70 per cent over the past 30 years. That’s nearly 28 per cent of all kids between the ages of two and 17. Last year, Ontario spent $4.5 billion caring for people struggling with weight problems.

“The most devastating part of this trend is that obesity will mark our DNA, changing our metabolism and genetically reprogramming future generations of children to be at greater risk of being overweight,” says the panel’s report.

Do we need to find a solution? Absolutely.

But some of the Healthy Kids Panel recommendations should be non-starters. They include banning junk food and fast food ads that are aimed at children under the age of 12, stopping the promotion and display of junk food at the checkout line and forcing restaurants to mark the calorie count in every item on the menu.

Largely what the panel is suggesting is that government intrusion trumps parental responsibility. The government should determine what constitutes a healthy food, decide where and when you can advertise and display these legal products, then impose penalties if you break the rules.

If that happens, one thing is certain: Ontarians will definitely get a much fatter and more expensive bureaucracy. Still, Health Minister Deb Matthews says she’s “committed to seriously considering every one of these recommendations.” And perhaps that’s not surprising, coming from a minister in a Liberal government that has a long record of initiating nanny-state policies.

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