Gastric band surgery has soared in popularity as a successful way to turbo-charge weight loss. But not everyone can afford surgery or wants it. Now famed self-help guru Paul McKenna has produced an alternative with his book: "Hypnotic Gastric Band: The New Surgery-Free Weight-Loss System" (click for more information).
Using hypnosis, Paul takes you through the process in detail of having a gastric band fitted. The book combines with a CD and DVD to induce your mind and body to re-create the benefits of weight loss surgery.
To create this surgery-free weight loss system, Paul conducted several years of research and testing. The resulting package provides you with a way to reduce your food intake without a formal diet.
The CD guides you through every detail of having the gastric band installed, from pre-surgery through the procedure through recovery. You'll also learn easy-to-follow procedures that dramatically change how you manage your food, helping you to become slim and relaxed.
Paul wrote this new book after the success of his first weight loss book: "I Can Make You Thin®: The Revolutionary System Used by More Than 6 Million People" (click for details).
This book and CD are designed to help you feel in control for food while halting cravings and boosting your metabolism.
Although most people found the path to permanent weight loss with his "I Can Make You Thin" book, Paul heard from some individuals that had problems recognizing when they were truly full. Hence his "Hypnotic Gastric Band" book.
Other hypnosis-based books from Paul include:
- "Change Your Life in 7 Days," designed to help you be happier and more confident
- "I can Make You Happy" to turn you from depressed, bored or sad to happy
However, if you want to lose weight without worrying about constant calorie-counting and carbohydrate-slashing, learn more about Paul's new book by clicking here now for "Hypnotic Gastric Band: The New Surgery-Free Weight-Loss System."
And as a complementary book, click here for "I Can Make You Thin®: The Revolutionary System Used by More Than 6 Million People."