Weight loss is an issue that a surprisingly large percentage of people struggle with.

Are you aware that… age-standardisation comparison in the 2011-2012 Australian Health Survey revealed that 28.3 per cent of adults in Australia were obese, with a staggering 63.4 per cent being overweight or obese. The statistics are indeed quite shocking. The worse thing is that most overweight adults almost always end up with overweight children.

Hundreds of new weight loss diets or diet secrets are introduced and/promoted worldwide each year. The diet industry is valued in millions of dollars even though just 2 per cent of diets actually work, which leaves a 98 percent failure rate.

We all know the risk factors of being overweight as well as the consequences to health, which include Diabetes Type 2, heart problems, as well as other more disturbing diseases.

If you struggle with your weight, it’s important to realise that the fact that you are overweight is not really your fault; the yo-yo of shedding your weight only to regain it back later will probably continue for the rest of your life no matter how hard you actually try.

The reason for this is that most people never seek to understand what is the root cause of their weight problem. Weight is emotional; it is an affliction that’s brought about by belief in your subconscious mind or programmes that you have instilled in your subconscious on the basis of the pictures that you create in your mind and the words that you speak regularly.

Your subconscious listens!

How many times have you heard people say, “I am unable to lose weight not matter how much I diet” or “I still can’t lose weight not matter how hard I work out and how little I eat”, “I simply look at food and gain weight”, or “I am simply unable to give up sugar or carbs”?

The words get repeated constantly, so what message does your subconscious mind get? Your subconscious mind actually listens to the words that you speak as well as the images you form in your head, which means that if you constantly repeat any of the statements above, you are programming your mind never to lose weight.

Our beliefs about ourselves have the power to determine what or who we are.

Do you overeat?

Overeaters are of six types, discussed briefly below. Do you belong in any of the categories?

  • Emotional Eater: The category covers a wide range of emotions. People in this category eat when angry, sad, bored, or distressed.
  • Uneducated Eaters: People in this category believe that:
    – Low fat diets are good and fats are bad. The truth is that animal fats are good for the brain.
    – Diet food are good. The truth is that diet food contains high sodium, flavourings, sugars, and enhancers.
    – Energy drinks are good, etc. Simply put, the believe the marketing hype. Such people are also likely to be unfamiliar with the digestive system that requires you to chew food at least 15 times to properly break it down.
  • Habitual Eaters: The people in this category have to eat 3 to 4 times every day without ever recognising when they are full. They eat whenever food is presented to them whether or not they are hungry. They also tend to eat quickly. Often as children, they would be made to eat everything on their plates.
  • Addictive Eaters: The people in this category love sugary foods, refined foods, junk foods, and love carbs since they are addicted to the chemical composition of such foods.
  • Obsessive Eaters: The people in this category have to eat food once they see it. They constantly think about food and are always on the lookout for the next ‘hit’ of food.
  • Destructive Eaters: The people in this category constantly feel as though they can never be satisfied. They don’t like to share food and may panic in situations where food is shared such as in a Chinese restaurant in case they get less. They always feel uncomfortable whenever people dish out their meals out for them and often go back for second helpings.

Surgery may not be the solution

You are probably aware of somebody that became so large that they had to resort to invasive surgery. As you probably know, any surgery carries a significant risk. However, removing portions of the stomach or placing a gastric band so that you only allow blended food means that the digestive system won’t work properly, which may lead to serious long-term health issues.

The latest research shows that the stomach is the second brain, which means that interfering with it is never in your best interests.

Fortunately, getting rid of excess weight can be quite painless.

Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) is an impressive tool for getting rid of excess weight.

While under a hypnotic trance, we can discover the true cause of your weight loss problem; we can then help you fix your habits and change your beliefs by rewiring your brain to new healthier thoughts.

Weight will come off your body in a timely manner but not drastically. The brain will also know and understand what’s best for you. We will replace the bad habits with good ones that benefit you. There are several methods that we can apply including re-education as well as a desire to eat foods that benefit the body and nourish and rejuvenate the body.

You and your new body

Think about the money you have wasted on excess food and the endless weight loss diets that didn’t work. Imagine your new future ahead of you.

If you are serious about wanting a new body, improved health, and potentially longer life, book an appointment with me today to find out how you can achieve this.