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Think: Use Your Mind to Shrink Your Waistline (eBook)

Think: Use Your Mind to Shrink Your Waistline (eBook)

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    The brain has incredible power to shape our choices, and in turn, our bodies — and much of that happens beyond our conscious awareness. The creators of most weight loss plans are experts in nutrition and exercise physiology and have wonderful insights into the human body. But they do not necessarily understand how the mind works.

    If your brain is not engaged in creating your ideal shape, any weight you lose will eventually come back — plus a few more pounds. The internal mental processes that guide our choices and actions can be very complicated. In fact, scientists believe that up to 8o% of our thoughts and actions are dictated at the subconscious level. This is why it’s so important to program your mind to work with you toward your health goals, at all levels of consciousness.

    It starts with understanding the 10 negative behaviors that are holding you back from achieving your ideal shape. In Think: Use Your Mind to Shrink Your Waistline, certified weight loss brain trainer David Meine teaches you how to program your brain to:

    • Consistently get a good night’s sleep
    • Deal with stress effectively
    • Visualize having your ideal body shape
    • Prevent sabotage from yourself and others
    • Drink more water throughout the day
    • Adopt appetite-regulating eating habits
    • Reduce dependency on sugar
    • Get in the habit of exercising regularly
    • Learn to eat until satisfied not full

    These positive habits are all that’s standing between you and achieving your ideal shape — not to mention, confidence, mental clarity, energy and improved quality of life.

    Motivational brain training uses visualization, repetition, reinforcement, stress reduction and relaxation techniques to help you become open to new, positive thoughts and ideas. These same techniques are used by psychologists, teachers, marketers, and company leaders everywhere. It’s time we start using these powerful techniques to achieve with our most important goal: creating a happy, healthy life.

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Think: Use Your Mind to Shrink Your Waistline

Excellent book!! This book opens your eyes to take a step back and think about the issues you may have with dieting, food, obesity etc. Why do some of us feel that it is an “all or nothing” approach when we are dieting and not achieving results right away. I know I could relate to all the stories in the book. I am sure others who have issues with their weight feel they can relate to the stories being told as well. The author brings up a concept called Motivational brain training, which he defines as a “conversation between your subconscious mind and a personal motivational trainer.” The motivational trainer assists in calming your conscious mind to allow positive suggestions to enter your mind. The author provides several exercises in the book to assist the reader to achieve your “ideal shape”. One of my favorite lines in the book is: “You must let go of the past and negative behaviors holding you back, realizing they no longer serve you”. I recommend this book to anyone who has issues with weight, food, dieting etc.

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Think: Use Your Mind to Shrink Your Waistline

Excellent Book!!! It's amazing how negative thoughts can contribute to weight issues - (toxic brain) as the author calls it. The people story's in the book are so relatable; It's as if my story is being told. One sentence really stood out to me in which the author says "Remember, it is critical to let go of the past and live in the present. Anytime you have a lapse in your journey, just get started again and realize that you now have the mental tools for lasting change". As hard as it is to do sometimes, we need to let go of the past and move forward.

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