Dieting Is Not The Answer!


In the Healthy Weight Loss Program we will use the Emotional Freedom Technique and Hypnosis to release behavioral and emotional issues stored in the body and mind to drop the weight and keep it off. 

Healthy Weight Loss Workshop offered:

October 16, 2014, from 6:15 p.m. – 8:45 p.m.

Publix Greenwise, 11231 Legacy Ave., Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

Investment for this program:  $35    Call 561-855-4906 to reserve your space.  Limited seating.



Dieting Fails, It is true …

Most diets fail to address the most important aspect about weight loss and that is stress.  According to Dr. Pamela Peeke, a professor of medicine at the University of Maryland who has studied nutrition and hormones, “elevated cortisol levels during stress trigger an uncontrollable appetite.”

Research has shown that 95% of all diets fail within five years or less because they do not address the real problem.  It’s not the food that is making you fat, but the relationship you have with food.  Have you eaten when you are not hungry? Have you suddenly realized your head is in the refrigerator and wonder why you are looking for food? What about cleaning your plate and feeling miserable when it’s clean?  

With most problems or conditions like excess weight, excess drinking, excess conflicts, or excess TV/Internet we are using eating, drinking, acting out, or TV to escape the stress.  When you learn the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) you will have a tool to manage the stress right in the moment and then you won’t be feeding your emotions.


Interesting facts about dieting                        

$20 Billion

The annual revenue of the U.S. weight-loss industry, including diet books, diet drugs and weight-loss surgeries.

108 Million

The number of people on diets in the United States. Dieters typically make four to five attempts per year.

85 Percent

The percentage of customers consuming weight-loss products and services who are female.

1 Hour

The amount of time spent on daily exercise by people who lost and kept off at least 30 pounds of excess weight for five years.


The number of people with morbid obesity in the United States who had bariatric surgery in 2009.

$11,500 to $26,000

The average cost of bariatric surgery, which reduces the size of the stomach.

$500,000 to $3 Million

The average salaries paid to celebrity endorsers of major weight-loss programs.


The amount of money celebrity endorsers, on average, earn per pound lost.


Regain the weight and end up heavier than when they started dieting.

Sources: John LaRosa of MarketData; National Weight Control Registry; American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery; Jo Piazza, author of “Celebrity Inc.: How Famous People Make Money.”  ABC Show 20/20



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