A change in thinking helps with weight loss, hypnotist says
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Ill give you an example: Someone might say, When I was growing up, my parents would say, Clean up your plate, there are starving children in China. The parent was intending to teach the child the value of money, the value of food, and they didnt want their child to go hungry. But very few people understand how small the stomach is. Parents were encouraging their children to eat past the point of feeling full. That process is repeated several thousand times and were conditioned, just like we learn the alphabet, how to learn the English language, the process has taught us to eat past the point of feeling full every day. For other people, the food may be an emotional thing Johnnie, have a piece of cake, youll feel better. Or its celebratory: You did a great job on that test junior, so lets celebrate and have a piece of cake. So we learn through repetition and the inexperience of youth http://online.wsj.com/article/HUG1754472.html to link food with positive or negative emotions.
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