* regardless of your weight, you are a regular person. We all are. Hooray
Every time you turn on the TV, log into the internet, check your mail
or do virtually anything else the message is there waiting for you, "HEY!
Lose weight, here's how!"
With our miracle pill, diet plan or equipment - you, YES YOU can
lose weight and keep it off forever like a miracle or something...
Getting you to think you're going to lose weight is BIG business. Books,
magazines, diet fads, pills, equipment, workout programs and so much more
are produced for you to consume.
Hey, did you come here looking for the truth or do you want me to lie to
you as well? Look at this website I'm creating in hopes of helping some
people. It's plain. It's ugly. I can bet that even if you shared it and
liked it with everyone on every piece of social media you're a part of,
I'd never get rich from it.
Look at it. You can feel the truth in that, right? So what, right? Well..
that means *I* am NOT one of "them".
I'm a simple person, sitting at a 2nd hand table typing this right now. My
car is currently 6 years old, my credit score is below 680 and I'm not
very good looking. I have never been, nor will ever be (if I can help it)
famous - and if I recommend a product or service, neither side of the
transaction is going to benefit THAT greatly from my testimonial.
I am making this website because I care about your health and well being.
Period. We look up at the same sky, breathe the same air and drive on the
same roads - if your life is sucking, so is mine because I'm right next to
you in the real world.
So here's the truth. When you spend your money on these miracle products,
odds are against you to weigh any less a year from now.
Odds also say that any of us that purchase such products will purchase
more of the same products and a year from then, not be much better off for
We, my friends are consumers. It's what we do. We are spoiled and have
short attention spans, we don't accept personal responsibility for our
lives and we think there really is some magic pill, potion, words or
something else that will be so fast and so easy - it'll be like we don't
have to do anything at all.
Every year, new technology is introduced to make our lives "easier". I
don't know about you, but I don't feel like my life is any easier. I feel
more busy with getting less done - and you probably do too. We're running
around everything is throwing itself in our face to be paid attention to
and there just doesn't seem to be time to just live a life anymore.
More truth. We receive our beliefs from everyone and everything around us.
If your parents gave you food as a reward or when you were stressed - or
your teachers, or your neighbors or your friends.. you probably still live
out that behavior.
We eat for certain emotional things and it changes our blood chemistry -
our metabolism changes for that period and we feel different. And
in that little moment, that's good enough for us.
As you age, hundreds of thousands of advertisements for foods, beverages
and drugs are hurled at you from every possible angle in as rapid pace as
they can legally do it.
As you have heard in the drug ads lists of side effects, these things can
cause serious harm - yet it's perfectly fine to advertise it in a
wonderful setting like an elderly couple sitting happily by a little
stream with the birds singing...
Buy their stuff. No, it hasn't been 100% tested but if they waited that
long to bring their crap to market they'd lose billions of dollars.
The first thing we need to change is our minds. We are responsible for our
lives. It doesn't really matter how good or bad of a job was done by our
parents, lack of parents, teachers, lack of teachers and so on. Here we
are, right here.. right now.. there should be no one to blame.. just
someone, in that mirror who is responsible for taking whatever is at this
moment and molding it into whatever you choose.
The things we think, say and do shape who we are as people. When we choose
the things we think, say and do - on purpose - in a direction that
we actually want to go, "things" will begin to change for us. And as this
process continues, we build momentum and it'll seem easier and easier.
Right now if we just lived an average life - our habits were more or less
formed for us. We were told to get a job.. so we did.. not anywhere we'd
like to spend time necessarily but whoever was hiring at the time.
That's how the majority of us "average" people were raised. Do this, don't
do this. Why?
Because that's the way we've always done it...
If you run your own household now, do you still use product brands because
your parents did? Or did you actually experiment around to see what really
works best for you? Or is it a mixed bag.
Our brains are like that. We had an "interesting" childhood. As did our
parents and their parents and so on.
Abuse, ignorance, all kinds of wonderful things that just get passed down
because "that's the way we do it".
Well kids, the buck stops here. Now. With you and I.
I am responsible for what is left of my life - your are responsible for
yours. If I want a red car, it's up to ME to find the ways to make that
happen. If you want a certain type of house in a particular neighborhood,
that's on you.. There is no certain house or red car fairy that's going to
just hand us a bunch of crap we whine about.
You want to lose weight? Great - I recommend starting with your mind.
Realize right off the bat that ALL the habits that got you here are not
the way to lose weight.
Here are some things that people "should" do in order to maintain a
healthy lifestyle including losing weight:
Drink 6-8 glasses of water per day.
Do not eat too late at night. Several hours before bedtime is about as
late as recommended.
Eat evenly spaced meals throughout the day - don't just eat 1 huge meal -
space your food intake in regular intervals throughout the time you are
Don't drink your calories. (meaning sodas and mass produced juices)
Get tempting foods that are really bad for you out of your home.
Don't skip meals.
Get more exercise. ANYTHING - don't go crazy and hurt yourself, parking 1
spot further and walking a few extra steps is a FINE place to start.
Same with food... ease in.. don't go "all in" if you typically eat pizzas,
burgers, cakes and drink sodas, if you go 100% raw vegan, you will be
MISERABLE and you will QUIT and that's not how to get it done. Initially,
put romaine lettuce on your sandwich instead of iceberg. Then maybe try a
piece of kale like that. Etc.. Ease your way in.. get used to it, get
yourself to like the things you're not used to and build up that way.
If you sit bored in front of the TV or computer and snack - snack on
celery pieces or something else that you can cut small, pop into your
mouth and crunch away on.
If you start doing well - don't think going off the wagon is going to hurt
anyone but you. I have been guilty of this myself. There's some area of
the mind left from childhood that says, "I'll show them!" So if someone
makes us upset, we get tempted to blow it all - like if we're fatter and
less happy it'll somehow effect them. Well. It won't. It'll only
make things longer, slower and more painful for you so crush that
temptation and congratulate yourself for taking the higher road.
Think of all the positive reasons - your health, your ability to do
things, your family, friends, appearance, whatever it all may be for you -
and dwell on how awesome all that is as you make your way through this
process of improving yourself both mentally and physically.
Think of all the negative things about the destructive behaviors that got
you were you are and how they have kept you from your ultimate happiness
for so long. Example. If you drink soda, look up how much sugar is in one
soda. Take that picture and look at it and realize how gross it would be
if you just at all that plain sugar. You wouldn't want to do it. It looks
weird. It seems crazy. But that's what happens every time a can or bottle
of it makes its way into your stomach.
Start to look in magazines, websites, tv shows or where ever you spend
time at people with bodies that wouldn't be a bad shape for the new you.
Think about how that will feel.
Don't tell anyone your plans. I know some people say it's good to make
yourself accountable - and to an extent I agree. But, there are
so mean spirited people out there.. even in joking that may say, "hey,
how's that weight loss going fatso!" or something. You don't need that.
Others may all of the sudden want to take you out do dinner at your
favorite fatty food restaurant. Let them SEE the results. Not hear about
All the best to you for now. Signing off my friend. Take good care of
Hypnotherapy / self hypnosis programs to lose weight