Mind Over Fatter: See Yourself Slim, Think Yourself Slim, Eat Yourself Slim, Paperback Book

Mind Over Fatter: See Yourself Slim, Think Yourself Slim, Eat Yourself Slim Paperback

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'Are you tired of starving yourself silly to get that perfect summer bikini body, only to put a stone back on by Christmas?

Fed up of starting the New Year with the latest diet 'craze' only to be back where you started - and more - by March?

I was. Until I learned the secret every dieter needs to know - the power of hypnosis.

In Mind Over Fatter I'll help to train your mind so you can break free of the diet cycle once and for all.

Anna xx'Mind Over Fatter is Anna's three-step programme to long-term weight loss: use Anna's Free Online Hypnosis Sessions to teach your subconscious to see yourself slim; use Anna's scientifically proven Seven Secrets of Slim to think yourself slim; follow Anna's 14-day Healthy-Eating Plan, created from 60 delicious recipes, to eat yourself slim.


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Headline Publishing Group
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Diets & dieting
  • ISBN: 9781472226242

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Now I have to admit that I started reading this, downloaded the hypnotherapy, have tried it for a few days and have found that I'm finding it easier to manage my eating. However the diet advice and recipes don't really appeal that much. The diet works on eliminating sugar (but substitutes problematic agave), wheat (yawn, mentions gluten as being an issue, but the first recipe is Avocado and bacon on RYE, a gluten containing cereal); Caffiene (from my cold dead hands! Also how to make my husband nervous); Dairy (without questioning the possible problems with some of the processes used to make some of the Dairy substitutes) and Alcohol. She also slams tomato and pasta sauces although mindful shopping and ensuring that the sauces aren't full of nasties would be better advice to my mind.Yes it's a good starter but I would take the diet advice with a pinch of salt, or not, depending on your blood pressure.