Think by David Meine
Use Your Mind to Shrink Your Waistline : 10 Negative Behaviors You Can Change to Create Your Ideal Shape

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A well-researched, smartly written self-help book that encourages readers to achieve their ideal shape.
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The statistics are staggering on the failure rate of weight loss plans, especially plans that don’t include a mental component. In Think: Use Your Mind to Shrink Your Waistline, author David Meine, a certified hypnotherapist specializing in weight loss, shows how a subconscious mind engaged in creating an ideal body shape plays a pivotal role in achieving long-term success in a weight loss program. The book discusses the science behind the brain and why it can be so powerful, and has a toolbox filled with techniques to make your weight loss goal become a reality. It explains the ten behaviors that prevent you from losing weight and keeping it off. Following real-life stories, Meine helps you understand how negative habits are formed and how you can change them at the deepest, most permanent levels of your subconscious mind using hypnosis, one of the most popular new approaches to weight loss.
 

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David Meine is a certified hypnotherapist specializing in weight loss. He created the audio hypnotherapy program "Brain Training for Effective Weight Loss," coauthored IdealShape for Life, and, with his wife, Carla, founded IdealShape. They have seven children and ten grandchildren and live in Lindon, Utah. Visit him online at www.idealshape.com/think-your-way-thin/.
 
Published December 11, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 160 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help. Non-fiction
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A well-researched, smartly written self-help book that encourages readers to achieve their ideal shape.

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