Hi, my name’s Sarah. I’m a 42 year old stay at home mom living in Kentucky.
Recently, my friend told me about this weird little fat loss method she read about in a woman’s magazine. When she told me what it was, I was very skeptical. I mean…
How many times have we been told about a new ‘miracle’ method that can help you ‘drop a dress size’? Ugh. If you’re anything like me, you’ve tried everything under the sun–fad diets, ab crunches, eating nothing but popcorn (yeah I got that one from Madonna!)
But this method is something else. I’m living proof of that, and so are these ladies…
Geri Halliwell from the Spice Girls does it. She uses a very specific method to maintain her slim, slender and sexy figure…
Sophie Dahl uses it too. She dropped from a size 16 to a size 8 with this technique alone.
And singer Lily Allen dropped 3 dress sizes after putting this method to the test.
What is their secret?
Well, they didn’t follow a fad diet, struggle through some gruelling eating regime, and they certainly didn’t starve themselves of their favorite foods.
In fact, what they did takes very little effort at all. (I should know)
They went deeper. Aiming for the real reason
our body’s often flat-out REFUSE to lose weight…
(No… it has nothing to do with willpower.)
First, let me explain WHY our minds literally block us from losing a few pounds, thwarting our attempts to look slim and sexy…
Dr Sandra Aamodt, in her fascinating TED talk, recently revealed our brains actually stop us from losing weight. They hold us back. Why?
You see, our brains are still operating the way they did back when food was scarce. So our minds try to protect us in case of food shortages.
Dr. Aamodt calls these types of brain signals “starvation alerts”.
Alerts that help your brain PROTECT your body from ever losing weight.
But of course, we’ve never been surrounded by more delicious food than we are right now. These starvation alerts are redundant. Out of date.
So if you’re a few pounds overweight right now, that’s why it can seem almost impossible to lose the weight and keep it off.
Fortunately, there’s an answer…
and it’s near-effortless.
There is a way to talk directly to our brains and shut-off these worthless starvation alerts.
But it’s NOT regular hypnotherapy.
You see, the standard hypnotherapist approach has one fatal flaw. They will attempt to change your relationship with food. In other words, they’ll try to trick, persuade and cajole your brain into NOT wanting that delicious chocolate muffin.
However, this is only a temporary fix because those starvation alerts will just get louder and louder until you finally CAVE IN to whatever it is you’re CRAVING.
So what’s the answer?
Gastric band hypnotherapy is the closely guarded secret of the celebrity community.
After JUST ONE SESSION, you’ll feel:
● Full, completely content and without the urge for afternoon snacks…
● When you do eat, you’ll feel fuller FASTER. And…
● You’ll simply eat LESS overall.
Feeling the urge to contact your local hypnotist? Wait. I’ll tell you about a better way in just a sec because:
First, you need a professional hypnotherapist trained in the art of the hypno-gastric band
AND: You need somewhere in the region of $200 for JUST ONE SESSION.
But what if you could get the same results from the comfort of your own home? Just like me…
“I feel sexy and I know I look great naked!”
Want to know more? Click on the video below to watch the FREE presentation.
It will only be LIVE for a limited-time. I think they’re running a special promotion.
And if you’re lucky enough for the page to still be there… you could get your own ‘neuro-slimming’ at-home kit. I hope you get one. It changed my life for the better… guys actually approach ME now. It’s so good for the ego 🙂
So if you want to lose a few pounds with as very little effort as possible…
Just slip on your headphones, kick back, and let the soft, comforting vocals sculpt your body into the figure you thought you had back in high school.
Turn up your speakers and click the play button to watch now.
I really hope the video has a fraction of the effect on you that it had on me. Because this information changed my life. It can do the same for yours, if you let it.
— Sarah Keller