Weight Release

Most people who follow a traditional dieting system will lose weight while they are on that diet but as soon as the diet stops, the weight will invariably returns, often leaving them heavier than before the diet began! The whole concept of "Losing Weight" implies that we may "find it again", as we tend to want to find what have lost. Releasing weight is leaving it behind and moving forward. It is estimated that 95% of all people who diet experienced this cycle.

Most diets include some form of deprivation and/or denial; some involve counting calories,or points, but all merely serve to program the mind to think about food. Thus when an individual gives up on a diet, he will find himself thinking about food more than he ever did before!

And, in the denial of comfort foods, in eating there for meals from the rest of the family, three things happen: the brain fights against it, the body fights against it, and the day to day environment fights against it.

Because most eating habits are deeply ingrained in the subconscious, the outcome is the same each time a certain set of circumstances prevail.
Conscious self-denial of something can often increase the desire for that very thing, and eating a little less than we need—but eating anything we want—can actually lead to weight loss.  Cutting out favorite foods completely is a bad idea, but cutting down on these foods is achievable and sustainable.
Everyone knows that eating less and exercising more will lead to a better body shape, improve fitness and all around health. This program employs a virtual gastric band and other mind management techniques and is most decidedly NOT a diet.  It enables clients to form new habits that they can maintain there is no deprivation and thus clients are liberated from having to think about food all the time, they eat consciously and are able to listen to what their stomachs are telling them. The result is steady, progress of weight loss – without dieting. The Weighting is Over