The Break The Crave System : 7 Steps To Effortless Lifelong Weight Loss
When you first decide to lose weight, you tell yourself that THIS TIME you'll stick to the diet. You won't give in. You'll stay motivated and strong. No matter what. Anyone would think you were singlehandedly scaling a mountain rather than shedding a few fat cells. I mean it can't be that difficult, right? After all, the latest diet club will tell you that as long as you follow a few golden rules, you'll be slim and successful. Until you slip. That one small moment when you give in. And then you slowly slide back down to the bottom of the mountain again. Only this time, you actually find yourself dropping down a deep crevasse, where you pile on even more fat reserves than you were carrying before! The mountain has defeated you. Again.This book is going to teach you exactly how to take back control of your eating habits. Read it all the way through, and it will help you understand why you do what you do, and, more importantly, what to do about it. Then you can go back and dip in to the bits that matter to you. Get to know the Break The Crave System as well as you need to, it really won't take long. Then lose the pounds. Keep them off. And go and do something more interesting instead!
- Paperback | 125 pages
- 139 x 215 x 6.86mm | 154.22g
- 05 Jan 2018
- Green Cat Books
- United Kingdom
About Bridgette Hamilton
Bridgette qualified as a complementary therapist in December 1997. She also qualified in nutrition and diet and anatomy and physiology. She has been a full-time therapist for the last 20 years. She has a special interest in how the nervous system affects our behaviour, and how we can control it for better physical and mental health. She has worked with a wide range of clients over the years both privately and in the corporate world, as well as in drug and alcohol services, mental health charities, women's' and youth aid organisations and a wide variety of public sector organisations. She runs workshops all over the country teaching people how to gain control over their nervous system responses, using a wide range of tools to create emotional resilience and mental well-being. She studied and qualified in hypnotherapy in 2006, and now works as a full-time hypnotherapist at her clinic, The Park Hypnotherapy Centre, on the outskirts of Nottingham city centre. She blogs as often as she can, and speaks to a variety of groups on the subjects of health, weight loss and nutrition; she also talks extensively on the subject of hypnotherapy and its' benefits in mental and emotional well-being.