PRLog - Jan. 28, 2013 - MONTREAL, Quebec -- If your doctor says you do need to shed some excess weight or run the risk of serious health problems, why would you choose a diet as the solution? Before you even begin, you know it will likely lead to the well- known yo-yoing of weight loss and gain. So what makes diets so popular?
The number one reason is hypnotic techniques.
The diet industry uses television -- one of the most mind-glazing hypnotic mediums ever invented -- not only to promote diet plans, books and substitute foods, but to play upon our need for food, our tendency to conform.
Never eat while watching television
Repetition is one of the most effective hypnotic techniques used by the DI (Diet Industry). Along with filling your imagination with images of wealth, popularity, (thin equals romance, for example) fashionableness and sparkling health, repetition drums the diet message into your subconscious as you gaze at the television screen.
The DI supplements the hypnotic power of television with a never- ending stream of diet-promoting articles and pictures in newspapers and magazines plus ads and interviews on radio.
At the same time, the Junk Food Industry [JFI] uses similar techniques to persuade you to consume unhealthy, artificial "foods".
The combination of dieting and consumption of junk food creates guilt and excess weight. Guilt and excess weight lead to more ingesting of junk and more dieting and the depressing spiral feeds on itself. [pardon the pun]
How do you combat this avalanche of propaganda?
By learning and practicing positive self-help hypnosis techniques.
The new ebook by Dr Bryan Knight -- short and inexpensive (from Kindle) -- shows you 8 simple self-hypnosis rules that will help you lose weight and keep it off.
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