Dr. Elizabeth Bonet talks about her personal journey to weight loss and how hypnosis was the seed of her valuing herself enough to figure out her medical problems and overcome weight loss blocks. You’re not at fault for your weight gain! But you can change your weight by finding something that works for you. Her personal journey includes low carb eating, fasting, and how hypnosis helped clear a block around being fit and health.
The Paleo Thyroid Solution by Elle Russ: https://amzn.to/35dWbgi
The Complete Guide to Fasting by Dr. Jason Fung: https://amzn.to/2QgaLzM
Never Binge Again by Dr. Glenn Livingston (free ebook): https://www.neverbingeagain.com
Recovering with T3 by Paul Robinson: https://amzn.to/2u1cNuG
The Obesity Code by Dr. Jason Fung: https://amzn.to/2u1cQqm
The Big Fat Surprise by Nina Teicholz: https://amzn.to/2QXTXxv
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Hi everyone Dr. Elizabeth Bonet here Dr. Liz Welcome to the hypnotize me podcast. Before we jump in, please note that the podcast is not mental health treatment nor should it replace mental health treatment. If you need psychotherapy or hypnotherapy, please seek treatment from a trained professional. I do hypnosis all over the please feel free to contact me through my website.
Hello, hypnotize me listeners, Dr. Liz here. This is a pretty special episode, because I’m reversing my position on something. That’s why something really big. That’s a very popular topic. ie weight loss and hypnosis for weight loss. So I originally published an episode one of my very early episodes, three years ago, over three years ago actually, Episode 20 about why diets don’t work and not buying into that whole fervor that people get into about weight loss, okay.
And I was looking into the Health at Every Size movement at that point, and really trying to get on board with that. I myself, had some medical issues going on and cannot lose weight for the life of me and hypo thyroid and I have Hashimoto, which is an autoimmune disorder. And I think I’m going to say here that I got so much feedback on that episode. It helped us so many people who have been struggling that I think it’s still valuable, but I am going to go back and add an intro to the beginning that says, I do think weight loss can be valuable, though, for a lot of people.
And I think that the Health at Every Size movement is missing a big huge piece. That’s what I found. It’s really missing a piece. Can you be healthy at Every Size? Yeah, if your numbers and your labs are coming back great and you don’t have anything going on physically and you’re walking fine and you’re moving fine. Okay, but I think there’s limits to that. There really are when you get into real obesity. There are true limits to your health, because obesity is a risk factor for lots of stuff. Lots of really bad diseases. Okay. No matter what the Health at Every Size movement wants you to believe it leads obesity leads to fatty liver non alcoholic fatty liver, which puts you at a higher risk for liver cancer is the number one cause of heartburn and GERD, which then puts you at higher risk of esophageal cancer, and you’re three times more at risk if you’re in the obese category of BMI and two times if you’re in the overweight category.
Now, that’s only a couple of statistics out of hundreds that obesity is a risk factor for a joint degeneration, joint replacements and whenever you’re having surgery, then you’re at risk for complications, all kinds of stuff. I also think the Health at Every Size movement misses a big emotional piece and I’ve discussed this with colleagues I’ve discussed this with friends in trying to prepare for this episode actually, because it is all about loving your body at any size and that is so difficult.
Hey, I have been there. So I will tell you, I tried my best, okay to really love myself when I went in for a core healing with my mentor. One of my things was about loving my body more, because I was overweight, felt like I couldn’t lose weight, had tried everything. I mean, all kinds of crazy diets, Weight Watchers. There was one point when I saw a natural path, which everybody says see a naturapath, right, at least in the US. I know that’s true in other parts of the world, too. She did hair testing, she put me on this diet that was no whites at all. No white flour, no white sugar, no grains except Quinoa. It was so restrictive. And I stuck to it by the letter for six months and actually gained weight.
Okay, so I it’s like, oh my god, you know, this is this is awful. She put me on supplements and adrenal supplements, like she had everything covered. And there was a piece of myself that was like, Okay, I have to accept myself here. I’m going to try my best. And it’s just really difficult. It is. It’s really difficult. I know someone who is a very console, and works with people around eating. And he said to me once, I’ve never met a happy, fat person, and I was like, Oh my god, you know, like, Okay, I will put myself in the category of a happy, fat person. All right, I really would. Because the majority of my life was happy. I love my kids. I love my work. I love my husband, in the majority of my life was happy. But there was this one piece that I really struggled with, even though I knew it wasn’t my fault. Like this was not willpower going on, hey, had nothing to do with willpower.
There’s something medically going on. Now, before I go further into my story, I want to say clearly here you have to tune in into what you want, not what anyone else says that you should want, right? Diets don’t work because they focus on the weight versus longevity, I still believe that most diets don’t work. So they’re focusing on just the weight instead of health, your labs, good nutrition, lifestyle changes for the long term. None of them focus on the emotional factors that created the weight. They’re focused on behavior change, basically, in the present, and some of them go so far as to say the past doesn’t matter. Right? I’ve been in those rooms to where they’re saying the past doesn’t matter. It doesn’t matter how you got here.
Well, from a hypnotherapist and a psychotherapist perspective, the past matters, how you got there matters. Hey, how you didn’t take care of your health or your You were struggling or you were distracted by other things, perhaps like, let’s say, for me, I knew it was a problem. But I didn’t know what to do about it. I would get overwhelmed. I would read some books about thyroid, and then I’d get overwhelmed and stop and think, Oh my god, I can’t do that. I can’t make those diet changes. I can’t make those medical teams is any of that. Okay, so I take responsibility for that. But the weight continued to go on. I had cataract surgery had very early cataracts. So I cataract surgery and some complications from that. And that put me on steroids drops. Now typically, you’re only on steroids drops for about two weeks or so. Or maybe four weeks, not long. I was on them for months, and an additional 10 pounds came on. I was like, Oh my god, I can’t do this. I can’t go buy all new clothes. I love my clothes. You know? I really don’t feel comfortable now. And this is awful. So That was my own tipping point.
Another one was that I was having severe heartburn. You know, I was listening to my own hypnosis files for heartburn and GERD and reflex, because I had been very successful with clients around this area. But I was having it pretty severely, and it was getting progressively worse. And it was so bad when night that I threw up. So my doctor put me on a prescription PPI, omeprazole but just told me to take it as needed. So I was taking it about once a week or so now. I want to say that if you’re on this, it is so bad for you. I actually saw gi specialist in asked him I was like, is this research that I’m reading on the internet accurate? It has a 70% increase chance of a cardiac event. And he was like, Oh, yeah, yeah, I think there should be an 800 number associated with this. And he said yeah, there should be a Hey, like it is a really bad medication. And so I was trying to figure out everything that was going on here. I was having severe heartburn. My weight had gone up, I couldn’t lose it.
And again, I was trying exercise, eating, I was really trying, I couldn’t lose it. So I began researching again, what could help. And I even visited like a medical weight loss doctor, and he really didn’t know anything about thyroid. And I thought, I don’t know if this is for me. And I talked to a friend and she said, and she said, Elizabeth, you have a medical problem, you don’t have an eating problem. And that’s when I decided to see if my own doctor would work with me to figure out thyroid stuff, because I was still having all these thyroid symptoms. And this was just one of them. Now I call myself an Ex-Overeater. Overeaters Anonymous would not agree with this label. They say went to you’re never eater. You’re always an overeater. That’s true of most of the 12 step programs. But I know to say therapists and hypnotherapist that I can no longer identify with that label and feel good about it. I had kicked that overeating years ago. Yeah, occasionally it does rear its head. But I’m talking about like, once a year or something, you know, not like on a daily basis, I don’t have to think about it on a daily basis anymore like I used to. Now, I think that something essential happened
I said a couple minutes ago, that when I went to do core healing with my mentor, that I wanted to work on body stuff, and truly loving and respecting myself. You know, this was before I met my husband and I had gone through once again, another awful, awful relationship. Luckily, it was only about six months, but it was the worst one I had ever been in. And when I called her I was crying. I said, I never want to do this.
And so she said come up, will do core healing. And she changed my life so much oh my gosh, so much personally and then obviously professionally as well as I began to do core healing myself, but personally, to work on all these deep parts of me. And one of them was truly loving myself and loving my body. Now I bring this up, because I think if that wasn’t instilled in me, I do not think that I would have made the changes that I did last year that came first. After that came, I have to figure this out. I cannot continue to just get fatter and fatter. There’s stuff that’s going on here physically, that’s really awful, like the awful GERD and the awful hypo thyroid symptoms. And so the feeling there is I am worth figuring this out, no matter how long it takes, no matter how many doctors I have to see, now, luckily, my primary doctor, she’s a PA said, I’ll work with you. But that’s the first question I asked her. Are you willing to work with me?
I’m on a lot of Facebook groups with hyperthyroid people and this kind of thing. And it’s like, they often have to beg their doctors to even run the tests that they need run. Because they don’t educate them in medical school about thyroid, they really don’t. So I went in with a sense of compassion. Like knowing this person isn’t educated about this and asked, Are you willing to work with me if she had said no, I had already made up in my mind. I would continue looking for a new doctor. But she said yes. And I said thank you so much. I think leading with that question made all the difference in the world. I told her Okay. I will do the research. I will not get overwhelmed by the books. Read four or five books about hypothyroid. And then, of course, internet research put together the common elements they were all recommending and went back to her with that, okay, this is what they’re all recommending, and one was diet.
Now, I wasn’t happy to hear this, because I thought I’ve tried every diet in the world, right? But, but I thought, okay, they’re all saying to go green free, not gluten free. Let me differentiate here. Okay. gluten free, you can still eat grains, grain free is no grains. So that cuts out almost all the processed products and its shelves in the US, okay, that cuts out any type of corn, any type of rice, and it’s in so much of our food. So once you cut out green, you really have to eat fresh Whole Foods, pretty much. I mean, there are some packaged foods, like they make it a coconut flour or almond flour, but they’re few and far between. But I was like, all right, they are all recommending this. This is what I’m going to have Do now at the same time she adjusted my medication. I’m going to talk about this because it’s so important. And even the idea of this was from a podcast that I heard where Elle Russ was interviewed, she writes the book, The Paleo thyroid solution, and she was interviewed on the bulletproof podcast and I searched up and I found this particular interview where she talks about adding T3 for hypothyroid instead of just being on T4 now, the vast majority of patients are just on T4 for hypothyroid. And for a lot of people that works because basically what the thyroid is doing is it’s not making enough T4 now what happens though, is that T4 is supposed to convert to T3 in the body, and the T3 is what regulates weight gain and weight loss and I had all these other symptoms to itchy ears that drove me nuts itchy ankles, dry cracked skin, random nada and heartburn bloating voice changes which freaked me out since I need my voice for my work low energy hair loss like I pretty much had all the symptoms of hypo thyroid yet I was on medication for the last 18 years I started on medication during my very first pregnancy with the red hair team.
And so I was looking at this list thinking my medications not working like why am I even taking this really is not working. So then that’s the test I had my doctor run was a free T3, a total T3, a free T4, a total T4, a Reverse T3, and a TSH. And then Hashimoto is antibodies test so a TPO antibodies test because I had not even been tested for that since I was very first diagnosed 18 years ago. And it turns out I did have a reverse T3 problem which means I was not converting the T4 into T3 and my body. So that’s why I was having all these symptoms and in particular couldn’t lose weight No matter how much exercise I did, no matter what diet I did, now, adding T3 felt like a miracle. The itchy ears went away, the constant napping went away. So I’d have to nap about every two to three hours. And I would schedule my clients around the ability to take like a 10 minute nap. That’s all I really needed was a 10 minute nap. I could not go on a road trip with my kids without pulling over about every two hours or so and taking a nap. And they knew this. They knew Okay, I’ll set a timer. I only need 10 to 12 minutes and then I’ll be good to go. But when I added in the T3 that disappeared, and that felt like a miracle to me, like oh my gosh, I felt so much more productive. And I didn’t feel like I was asleep to sleep.
So I would wake up at [6:00]/[6:30] get the kids off to school and then have to nap at like [8:45] and then start a client at nine or [9:15] or [9:30], something like that. So I want to say a lot of that went away and encourage you if you have a medical problem. Start with hypnosis. All right, I know you didn’t expect me to say that. I think he’s like me to say go to your doctor, right? Let’s start with hypnosis, in terms of valuing yourself, like, Okay, I’m going to value myself enough to figure this out, to be persistent, to keep searching until I find the solution here.
I think that’s the underlying belief that’s necessary. Now another thing that was really important is when I committed to going grain free, I thought, how am I going to do this? Like, I know I’m going to choose to do this, but how am I going to do this? And at the time, I heard a podcast interview with Glenn Livingston who writes never been to again I wasn’t a venture anymore. Like I said, that had been years since I benched. But his interview was fascinating to me in terms of how he talked about making rules for yourself around food as a way to not binge or as a way to eat properly as a way to help yourself. Now I interviewed him and he is going to be on the podcast in a couple of weeks. So keep an eye out for that. I’m not quite sure the episode number I would tell you, but I don’t know it for sure. But keeping your eye out for that, because I interviewed him for Hypnotize Me as well because I think his program is really amazing. And you can find his whole book for free, at https://www.neverbingeagain.com and he has so many resources you can download. So I downloaded his book and I made a couple of rules to test out whether this was going to work for me. And the first rule I made was no sugary drinks before 2pm because I was finding I was drinking like a gatorade in the morning or I’d go by Starbucks, and they’re just loaded with sugar. And so I was like, okay, no sugary drinks before 2pm. And I found I could implement that rule really well. So then I made another and I made a handful rules, and it really worked. And then I signed up for his coaching program. And it really helped me stay green frame because one of the rules I made was I will never consciously and purposefully eat greens again. Now I had some exceptions to those rules like vacation. And for me, the day of a holiday is an exception. And I thought, okay, I’ll keep an eye on my antibody numbers, and see if it affects it. And if it doesn’t, I’ll I’ll keep the exceptions. If it does, then I have to reconsider. Now, the other thing that Glenn talks about in his book is the big food industry. I really love this part of his book, because he used to work for the big food industry and he saw how they would take nutrition An out of products to make it more tasty. And how they really manipulated the food product, quote unquote. So that people will go back and back and back for more.
This is a big huge piece that I hope you understand. Because I don’t feel that people are at fault for their weight. I really don’t. I don’t feel I was at fault for my weight. I do believe we are manipulated by the food industry. I do believe that we do get addicted to carbohydrates that are not good for us. There are some carbs that are good for us like vegetables and things like that. But we get addicted to carbs that are not good for us. And this is done on purpose by the food industry. All the advertisements they run. They know they’re manipulating our psychology to one that Even the deeper beliefs, those beliefs you didn’t develop on your own consciously and purposely, those beliefs are there and who knows how they got formed.
Once you gain this awareness, you can go in change your beliefs, absolutely. And then act with awareness when you’re buying food. When you’re deciding how to feed yourself when you’re deciding to step out of the big food industry, there are several doctors are I listened to their podcast and they think carbs are really truly like an addiction. Like there should be a 12 step program for carb addicts, okay, you seriously some people wait for will refer to this as sugar addiction. But that never resonated with me actually, because I really liked the salty stuff and that doesn’t feel like sugar to me. Even though in the body they’re converting to sugar and so that’s why people say it’s a sugar addiction. And a lot of those products are loaded with sugar too. But the another thing going on in the body is when you’re eating a high level of carbs, your body wants more of that. So you have about a two to three, maybe a four hour cycle to where you need to eat again, you need to eat more carbs again. And that’s some of the chemistry of the body. When you begin to break a carb addiction, meaning that you go under about 150 net carbs a day, that’s considered low carb, very low carb, which is considered keto. Some people will say is below 50 net carbs a day. Other people will say it’s below 20 net carbs a day. Now when I went green free, it was very easy to get under 150 carbs a day, like very easy, because the high carb foods are mostly generated from greens. So then I dropped it to 50 and then I discovered keto where people were below 20. That doesn’t work for me so well I end up getting rashes and stuff. So I keep it between 20 and 50. Some days, I’m below 20. But the whole reason I bring this up is that I discovered this whole new world where people lost weight and kept it off for years, like four years, five years, 10 years. Lots of people, not just like, a couple, okay? When you go to Weight Watchers, they’ll tell you about you know, they’re superstars that have lost over 100 pounds and kept it off, but it tends to be the exception when you look at the actual statistics of Weight Watchers. People go back and do that program over and over because they gain the weight back.
Because weight watchers when doesn’t talk about emotional stuff I didn’t find when I was in it. And to emphasize is low fat, really in their program. Their whole points is around being low fat. And when you start to look into the science, low fat doesn’t work. The US has just gotten fatter and fatter and more and more diseased, more and more heart attack more and more cancer. And if you really want to look into the whole science of how this low fat dietary recommendations came down from our government, then you can read the big fat surprise, by Nina Ticholz. She looks into the actual research behind it. And let me tell you, it is scary. When I read that book, I just sat there and said, oh my god the whole time, like the whole time, how there’s no science, even behind feeding children, a low fat diet, which has evolved over the years, it’s actually awful for them awful, it decreases their
height to create all kinds of metabolic problems. It’s really bad. And I bought into that because I thought that’s what you’re supposed to do. There’s also the obesity code by Dr. Jason Fung. All of these are in the Show description in the show notes. So I have links to all of these books if you want to read them, the big fat surprise, he talks about how these guidelines got developed, and the research behind them and how it was never really proven that this was good for us. And I will say that I have an extremely different opinion now from reading these books and from being in these groups. And from doing research on keto, I think I read like eight books last year on low carb, high fat diets moderate protein, so it’s not a high protein diets moderate protein. Dr. Jason Fung has been extremely influential in this area, and he writes the obesity code and the diabetes code. Now he’s a big fan of fasting, but he’s also a fan of low carb, high fat when you’re not fasting, but he explains in those books very well. The science behind Diabetes and how to come out of diabetes. So this was a big huge surprise to me too, that when I went low carb, high fat, I moved out of the pre diabetic range. My doctor had said, Oh, don’t worry about it, you’re never going to tip into diabetes, which is not true, like usually is progressive disease. And there’s nothing you can really do about it. That is completely false, completely false. There is tons of things you can do about it. So all of a sudden, I discovered this world where person after person had said, I came off all of my diabetes medication and my high blood pressure medication. Often people will go on diabetes medication, and then it causes high blood pressure, which is why they get put on high blood pressure medication. So you solve one you solve the other. So I feel like these are the people that researchers should be looking at. These people are incredible. into some of them relapse. Yeah. Obviously there’s some people who like sort of fall off the wagon.
Go back to eating high carb and then they come back because they feel so bad. Eating high carb, you get into this whole like mood swings to you. There’s so many posts where people will say, okay, when I eat low carb high fat, my mood swings go away my anxiety goes away like a lot of psychological disorders seem to disappear when people change their diet into this way of eating. So that has been a big surprise for me to basically the calories in calories out model has failed. The calories in calories out model is like, Oh, you want to lose weight, you got to reduce your calories. And one of the easiest ways to do that is to eat low fat because fat has a lot of calories in it. This model has failed. People cannot sustain that because fat is involved in feeling full. I don’t mean to target Weight Watchers, there’s a lot of diets that say the same stuff, but they’ll say like, Oh, you need all the carrots and salad you want one who wants to eat that much salad. Okay. To you’re never gonna feel full that way ever, of course you can eat all the salad you want, you’re never going to feel full okay? And you’re just gonna feel like you’re starving actually is how most people feel on on diet set recommend that type of model versus being able to eat, feel full and then not eat again for like six hours, your body becomes fat adapted and what that means is that instead of burning sugar, ie carbohydrates for fuel, it begins to burn fat stores for fuel. Now if you need to lose weight is a great way to lose weight your body’s burning fat stores the main advantage of that is that you don’t feel hungry all the time when it does that. When you have a sugar response. You just want to eat more and more.
When you’re fat adapted. You don’t want to do that. Truly, you’re full so suddenly for me I found I was craving salad and avocados and coconut milk which chia seeds, heavy whipping cream, like the good fats for you, right? I’m sharing this because I think it may help somebody out there. But this is an incredible world with lots of support. Huge amounts of success cases, have no idea why they researchers aren’t looking at them. But again, you have to find what works for you. If this doesn’t work for you Don’t even think about it again.
Let me go back to the beginning here and summarize a little bit. I started with reading books about hypothyroid talking to my doctor running the correct test and getting on the right medication. I don’t think any of my weight loss is up to 45 pounds. Now, none of that would have worked. If I wasn’t on the proper medication. I really believe that but let’s say all your labs are good and you’re miserable still. Start with hypnosis. Change the beliefs underneath that are destroying you. That somehow you’re not worth it or you’re hurting yourself. Every time You’re eating start with those, consider the low carb, high fat way of eating, do your own research around it. And again, I put resources there in the show notes. The other piece of this that you might want to consider is the fasting p so I was low carb high fat for four or five months and then I discovered fasting, and this has helped lower my agency even more. They wouldn’t see us what they use to measure whether you’re pre-diabetic, diabetic, not diabetic, and in Dr. Funds books, he explains how to reduce insulin resistance and become more insulin sensitive with fasting. Now fasting is real trendy right now. Take a look at it though, because people have fasted for thousands of years religiously, due to food shortages, war, all kinds of stuff. It’s not as trendy as you think. And really, if Your goal is to increase your insulin sensitivity. Diabetes is a disease of insulin resistance. When you have insulin resistance, it’s very difficult for you to lose weight. Dr. Fung talks about how to reverse that so that you’re more insulin sensitive. And so that then you can lose weight. And then take yourself out of all these risk categories and feel better about yourself feel more hopeful. I don’t get scared by that term. For some people, that just means like skipping breakfast, that’s what fasting is for them. Okay, other people, they do longer, more extended fast. Let’s say they skip a whole day of eating or some people do like five to seven days or something like that. But it can be as simple as just skipping breakfast in stop snacking and stop eating at seven o’clock at night or something like that, you know, again, this is where Never Binge Again comes in, the free ebook, around rules. If you’re just going to start small and you’re saying okay, I’m not going to eat after 7pm at night anymore. You need a rule around that. Right, you need some support around it, at least I do. I know I do. Right? Maybe you don’t. But chances are if you listen to this to the end, you probably do to them from all the research I’ve done, it’s much easier to fast. If you are fat adapted already.
If you are not craving carbs, if you have broken that addiction, it is much easier to fast. I heard a low carb doctor interviewed. And he said snacking is an emotional event, not a hunger event. I think that’s a little extreme. And that’s true if you’re fat adapted. Okay, but I don’t think that’s true. If you’re addicted to carbs. If you’re addicted to carbs, then snacking feels like you have to do you like I have to eat something oh my gosh, you know, my blood sugar’s dropping, I’m getting dizzy, whatever, I have to eat something, I have to eat another carb. When you’re fat adapted, that all pretty much goes away. And then it does become an emotional event. And if that’s the case for you You can get some psychological help with that. Right? either see a therapist, do hypnosis, whatever it is to be able to help yourself.
So what are my top points here?
If it’s a medical problem, figure that out. It’s important.
Use hypnosis to help you value yourself at a deep level, heal old wounds, subconscious beliefs about health and weight and overcome overeating, if that’s an issue.
Oh, here’s a story I forgot. I had lost about 30 pounds and was already hitting a stall. And I saw my mentor again and I said to her, I know something psychological is happening here. And she said, Okay, let’s do some hypnosis. For me. It turned out that I was equating being fit with dying, because my father was always fit. Watch what he ate exercise regularly, a very high energy person, but yet he died at 53. So she cleared that for me. It was a psychological block for me. long as I’m not fit, I won’t die. That’s somehow what I concluded when I was 18 when he passed away, right, and that had been holding me back for years and years. And once she cleared that with hypnosis, then again the weight started to drop again. So use hypnosis. Yes, I do hypnosis. I do it all over the world all over the US. for weight loss. We do it online through the phone, people fly in. I do it all kinds of ways. And check out my website, see if I’m running an online group. Because those are coming up, we’re going to run them on various topics. So just check out and see if I’m running one for weight loss. That’s a wonderful way to get started on your own journey.
Third point is find what works for you.
If this whole low carb high fat fasting stuff doesn’t work for you don’t do it. Find something that you feel like you can maintain over the long haul. Really, if what You’re doing is not working. You always gain the weight back regardless whether it’s Medifast or weight loss drugs or Weight Watchers or whatever, I truly get it. I do, I’ve been there, fat and frustrated and just looking for solutions. If that’s you, then consider hypnosis. And then a low carb high fat diet or fasting and find a doctor that will work with you. type two diabetes can be reversed. But obviously if you’re on medication, you need to work with your doctor around it. And the end result of this is that most people I’ve talked to and for myself included, you feel better, you feel more like yourself again, I look more like myself again. I feel good for the airplane. And before I go check out other episodes in this series. If you’re listening to this when it first airs, those are coming up. Okay, I’m doing four or five on weight loss and they’re all great So it’s Episode 149 151 51 and 52. right around there, okay in the 150s. And finally, consider the hypnosis for mindful eating download on my website. People absolutely love that download. And you compare it with love to exercise. If you want to do that both of those around their love to exercise in hypnosis for mindful eating. And finally, know that you’re worth it. You truly are. There are probably people in the world who love you and want you to live and when to to live more happily, and want you to feel good. Chances are so come from that stance. I’m worth it and I’m going to work on feeling like I’m worth it and changing those beliefs that I’m worth it. Hey, that is my real message to you today. Peace
I hope you truly enjoyed today’s episode. Remember that you can get free hypnosis downloads over at my website. I work all over the world doing hypnosis. So if you’re interested in working with me, please schedule a free consultation over at my website, and we’ll see what your goals are and if I can be of service to you and helping you reach them. Finally, if you like today’s episode, please subscribe to the podcast or tell a friend that way more and more people learn about the power of hypnosis.
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