Why Diets Don’t Work

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Weight gain is symptomatic. Symptoms are often a solution to a deeper problem. The allopathic medical model treats symptoms.

Diets don’t work because they treat the symptom rather than the root cause.

Losing weight with diets is like curing the flu: we suppress the symptoms, which are the body’s response to the virus, and suppress the immune response to the virus or bacteria… rather than allowing the body’s innate wisdom to do its work by going to bed, resting, drinking fluids.

With weight gain the causes can be emotional stress, poor diet, even prescription medications. Long-term weight gain can be your way of solving deeper unresolved emotional or personal problems.

What problems does holding onto the weight solve for you?

How many diets have you started, hated, failed picked up again?

Diets Don’t Work!

Diets do not address the underlying feelings that cause you to overeat in the first place. When you no longer feel in control of when or how much you eat, you may be choosing food to tranquilize painful emotions.

Bingeing, Yo-Yo dieting and compulsive overeating are symptoms of an addictive cycle. Use Meridian Tapping to uncover and address the emotional triggers that keep you in this addictive cycle.

Remember:  All dysfunctional behaviors (overeating) attempt to accomplish some benefit for you, or fulfill an emotional need. Compulsive overeating and subsequent weight gain serve this purpose.

Diets do not address the underlying feelings that cause people to overeat the first place.

Release inner blocks using Meridian Tapping, and use Hypnotherapy to solve the deeper problems so they never come back. You will also discover and make new lifestyle changes. You can be free of those old habit patterns forever!

You have to eat to live!

You can be the weight you want to be and you don’t have to give up the food!

Meridian Tapping and self-hypnosis are a compassionate way for you to be in control when you are around food. You can still enjoy food, eat when you want and what you want, knowing when to stop when you have had enough.