Dallas Hypnotist Valerie Grimes, Discusses Weight Loss And The Facts About Inches.
Whether you are using diet and exercise only or are also using hypnosis for weight loss, these three facts about weight loss from WebMD might be helpful to reaching your goal to reduce inches or shed pounds.
*Waist size can be a reliable measure of overall health.
Women with waists larger than 35 inches and men with waists bigger than 40 inches tend to have a higher overall risk to get obesity-related diseases than people with smaller waists. That includes:
- Type 2 Diabetes
- High Cholesterol
- High Blood Pressure
*For most of us, the only way to shed inches is to shed fat.
That’s because body fat, more than anything else, is what adds inches, according to Michael Esco, professor, Human Performance Laboratory at Auburn University. The only way to lose a significant amount of fat — especially if you have a lot of fat — is to burn more calories than you consume.
Using Hypnosis to Reduce your Weight, or Waist
Did you know that hypnosis can:
- Increase motivation
- Strengthen the goal or outcome
- Change your perception of exercise; actually want to go to gym!
- Change your perception of foods
- Stop emotional eating/cravings
- Reduce stress/create a calmer environment
And Number Three
*A pound of fat stores 3,500 calories.
So to lose a pound of fat, you have to burn that many calories. But exercise isn’t the only way to create a “calorie deficit.” You can get the same result by eating fewer calories than your body needs….but too many people focus on dieting rather than exercise. The best way to lose weight is to diet and exercise.
I would also suggest using the Lose It App or an online program that helps you easily calculate the amount of calories consumed vs burned. The one I like is www.MyFitnessPal.com.
If you can benefit from reducing inches then perhaps hypnosis can assist you safely in reaching that goal and making the effects permanent. Dallas Hypnosis Programs for Weight Loss are based on your unique needs, so call today for a consultation.
Source: WebMD, Inches IQ Test