Visualization for weight loss – How to flip the leptin switch

“A good habit is an asset that pays dividends forever.”
Jon Gabriel

Visualization for Weight Loss Jon GabrielAre you a serial diet junkie?

Jon Gabriel, author of Visualization for Weight Loss – The Gabriel Method Guide to Using your Mind to Transform your Body says, “There’s no downside, no side effects, and no risk.”

Gabriel visualized himself as a lean, fit 186-pound guy. When he created this program, he was 409 pounds and working in a high-stress Wall Street job. He began seeing fat just fall off his body using his special visualization techniques.

Gabriel is on to something – something big! He wants to share his techniques with you through his unique Gabriel Method weight loss visualization program.

The reason I believe he’s on to something is after realizing that I actually unknowingly used one of his techniques after getting sick from a store-bought crab salad gone bad. I never want to eat prepared crab salad again!

His book is full of visualization exercises and affirmations to jump-start your weight loss program simply, easily and often in only minutes every day.

You receive a great education on leptins, horomones, thin genes, survival brains, telomeres, real foods and how stress affects the body – things you never knew existed.

Gabriel provides plenty of research studies to back up his claims for why his techniques work.

Now I’m going to start visualizing riding my bike as if a big dog is chasing me down the street ready to chomp into my ankle. You’ll understand why this is so important after reading Visualization for Weight Loss.

FTC Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received the book from Hay House for review purposes. Moment to Moment, Inc. is a professional review site that receives commission from the companies whose products we review only if the product is purchased. We review each product thoroughly and give high marks to only the very best. We are independently owned and the opinions expressed here are our own.

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