Holistic Weight Loss Program That Works Using hCG

January 23, 2013 in Blog, Emotional Healing, Emotional Healing Training, Health, Uncategorized

So you want to lose weight. 

I can tell you, I know how to lose weight. I’ve lost over 100 lbs not once but twice in my lifetime. I came to discover there is more to weight loss then losing weight. Here’s how I did it…I did EPT to eliminate the emotional roadblocks which enabled me to take action to  start the hCG diet to lose weight. Each time an emotional block would stall my success I did some EPT. I can tell you, I know without a doubt it works 100% of the time. It’s radical and it takes planning and determination to take action for change. 

Here’s the plan simply:

Per day:

hCG  .5 -.8cc’s homeopathic drops 3 to 4 times a day.

Unlimited coffee and tea

2 liters of water

2 lean meats (from approved list)

2 Veggies (from approved list)

2 Fruits (from approved list)

2 Grissini bread sticks (I leave these off)

If it’s not on the approved list, DON’T EAT IT.

About now you’re probably thinking, “How can I live on so little food? I’ll be hungry all the time! Of course I’ll lose weight! I’m on a starvation diet!”

I know, I had the same questions and thoughts, until I learned that hCG works by using your stored abnormal fat and utilizes the nutrition stored in that fat to fill in all the nutritional gaps caused by a very low calorie diet. Your body consumes 1500 to 2000 calories of your own fat per day by using the hCG homeopathic drops and while eating between 500 and 800 calories. SHAZAM!! Rapid weight loss, safely without becoming nutritionally deficient.  This is why it’s different then the very low calorie diet on it’s own. This is why it is effective 100% of the time, EVERY time!

The diet is done in 2 distinct phases. The weight loss phase is 41 days then the maintenance phase is 21 days at your new lower weight by eating normally with the exception of sugars and starches. If you have not reached your goal you simply repeat the rounds.

This diet is only for someone who is serious about losing weight and fully committed. Remember, hCG targets the abnormal fat in your body and uses the nutrition stored there to fill in the gaps while you eat a very low calorie diet.

Here’s some of the technical stuff as I interpret it from, Pounds and Inches.  Dr Simeon discovered that rehabilitation of your hypothalamus is needed to maintain weight loss. His hypothesis was proven anecdotally through the thousands of patients he healed of chronic obesity.  His hypothesis has been proven in more recent years through medical discoveries. Robin Phipps Woodall refers to this in her book, Weight Loss Apocalypse, Emotional Eating Rehab Through the hCG Protocol  .

Based on these discoveries, obese people have trained their fat cells to maintain their obesity. Fat cells are an organ in your body and respond to the signals they get from the hypothalamus. The longer you are obese the more your fat cells recognize that higher weight as a normal weight for you. In the event you lose, say 100 lbs, as I did a few years ago, Your body immediately responds by signaling your brain to take in extra food to bring your body back into your “norm”, FAT. Following the hCG protocol you lose weight in phases. One phase for weight loss and the next phase re-trains your fat cells and brain to recognize the new thinner you by resetting your bodies set point to the new lower weight.

The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different outcome. I’m writing a different story. If I can rehabilitate my obesity, YOU can too. Email me. I have walked in your shoes and will walk beside you through your rehabilitation.

 Linda Collier

Weight Loss Specialist

~guest blogger from http://lindacskitchentable.blogspot.com/






Emotional Eating and Forgiveness

January 22, 2013 in Blog, Emotional Healing Training, Forgiveness

“I’m not going to cry, I’m going to eat a bag of chips and quart of rocky road.”

With food so readily available, emotional eating is a common way Americans manage their stressful emotions.  Whether we are afraid, alone, insecure or sad, food can be our go to comfort.

Emotional eating is the way we avoid feeling what we don’t want to feel.  Like other addictions, it is a distraction from our emotional pain or painful environment.  By stuffing yourself to the point of discomfort, you can shift your attention from your emotional feelings to that familiar full feeling.  Feeling overfull in your tummy can keep you from feeling that old broken heart or your deep feelings of shame of being abused by your father.

Many people learn this pattern of eating to not feel, as children.  Some families pass it down by encouraging eating certain foods to make you feel better.  “Here have this brownie. It will make you feel better.”  I grew up with a mom who strictly controlled all the food.  We always had to go through her to get any of the good stuff, like cookies, candy or ice cream.  We were always rationed to small portions while she could have more and helped herself to these scarce food treasures.  I found that as I got older, I would be especially prone to overeat this kind of junk food when anything in my life felt out of control.  If I couldn’t pay a bill, keep the house perfect or keep all five of my kids happy; I would find myself buying and eating the entire bag of Mint Milanos.  It was something I knew I could control.  No one can stop me! I’m in charge! I’m in control! I have power!  Rather than being with my own powerlessness, I grabbed a bag of cookies and ate them all to prove I still had power. “I’m not powerless. I can buy my favorite food and eat it all and no one can stop me.”

Forgiveness is a powerful tool that can change the behaviors that hold you back from a fulfilling life.  Hold your fear release points (directly under the collar bone) and remember to breathe after each statement as you use the following forgiveness statements to raise your awareness and to help you let go of your emotional eating.

I forgive myself for believing I can’t change my relationship with food.
I forgive myself for believing my emotional eating can’t change.
I forgive myself for believing that feeling stuffed is my only source of comfort.
I forgive myself for believing I would rather feel stuffed than feel sad.
I forgive myself for believing the sadness will never change.
I forgive myself for believing that when I feel powerless, eating whatever I want and as much as I want can make me feel powerful.
I forgive myself for using food as a way to feel powerful when I am powerless in other areas of my life.
I forgive myself for making myself sick with food.
I forgive myself for believing I can’t stop overeating.
I forgive myself for overeating.
I forgive myself for hating myself.
I forgive my mother (or other specific family member) for teaching me to use food for control.
I forgive teaching my children to use food for control.
I forgive myself for using food to avoid feelings.
I forgive my father (or other) for controlling my environment with fear so I constantly stored up for future loss and abandonment.
I give my father/mother permission to forgive me for blaming them for my unhealthy relationship with food.