The Mental Gastric Band

Restrict the Amount of Food You Eat Without a Gastric Band
by James Hill

Publisher: self-published

Publication Date: November 03, 2017

ISBN: 1230001988307

Binding: Kobo eBook

Availability: eBook

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Just as a gastric band restricts the amount of food you eat. This book can help you do the same using your mind instead.

It helps reduce information overload by focusing on just 2 methods, not 10. So there is far less trial and error, and more certainty.

These 2 methods give very effective, long term results. With the least amount of time and effort. They can work for anyone:

To focus on reducing the volume of food you eat.

To know the correct mindset to allow you to achieve this consistently.

Although weight loss and the mind can be quite complex subjects. This is the only in depth book that can show you how to succeed in both areas. But without getting complicated and boring.

It keeps things simple with a common sense approach. This makes the information easier to apply. The book is a short read too. It tells you just what you need to know, and nothing else.

The mindset alone, is so overlooked when it comes to weight loss. But it’s the “missing link” that is so crucial for long term, consistent weight loss results.

This book also talks about habits. Habits are very powerful and can run your life… in the right, or wrong way. This book can show you how to change your mental and physical habits for good, without relying on motivation.

It will teach you methods that can take years to figure out. Methods that most people will never know. Just applying a few of them could be all it takes to achieve your weight loss goals.

This book acknowledges that one size does not fit all, and can meet many needs. It uses an approach which makes it easier to handle food cravings. And to keep the weight off in the long run. All without leaving you feeling deprived.

Our books are written with the following purpose in mind:

To empower the world with knowledge of their minds and the truth to achieve their goals with less time and effort. To do this, we reduce information overload to ...