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Updated: May 1, 2020

People have been gaining weight after being at home for a long time without exercising.

It makes people crave unhealthy food which makes you gain weight. People have been making jokes about gaining a lot of pounds in one month, but it is a reality.

Lissa Effortlessly Lost 200 Pounds Without Dieting or Exercise and Amazed Doctor Oz

Available online for the first time – the scientifically proven weight loss breakthrough that’s 30x more effective than dieting and exercise

She stands up on the Dr Oz show and tells the audience she lost over 200 pounds without dieting, without exercise and it was effortless.

It happened.

And, how she did it was unlike any traditional diet or exercise program that requires massive willpower, commitment, and sacrifice.

Countless success stories just like this are backed up by real scientific evidence, and that’s causing people to sit up and take notice.

So, who can benefit most from this revolutionary approach to weight loss?

Read on.

The most extreme approach to weight loss is the most successful

Some people are so desperate to lose weight they’ll stop at nothing, even turning to surgery to rid themselves of the misery of being overweight, or even obese.

According to the NCBI (National Center for Biotechnology Information), bariatric surgery, also known as the gastric band, is the single most successful way to lose weight and keep it off.

The problems with physical surgery, however, are two-fold

· Cost – an operation can cost as much as $25,000

· Risk of death – the NCBI put this at 0.3%

Now, even if you have pockets deep enough to fork out $25,000 for surgery, a 1 in 333 chances of not making it out the other end of the procedure is a serious cause for concern.

Let’s put that number into perspective.

The odds of dying in a plane crash are about 1 in 11,000,000. In other words, you’re 30,000 times more likely to die as the result of bariatric surgery than you are to die in a plane crash.

With odds like that, you might want to stick to flying!

Another highly successful approach to getting weight off (and keeping it off)

Hypnosis has long been recognized as a highly effective method of losing and maintaining weight.

According to research published in the prestigious Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, hypnosis proved to be over 30 times more effective for weight loss when compared to dieting alone.

But, the really interesting thing that came out of their research was at the 8-month and 2-year follow-up stage, hypnosis subjects continued to lose significant weight AND they kept the weight off.

However, as with bariatric surgery, there’s a significant financial downside associated with hypnosis.

A series of hypnotherapy sessions can easily run into many thousands of dollars.

So, what’s the REAL problem with losing weight?

The first thing to realize if you’re struggling to lose weight is it’s not your fault.

The latest diet fad will always rely heavily on huge effort and willpower on your part, and the truth is that most people are just not wired that way.

You naturally have cravings for your favorite foods and eating less just makes you even hungrier.

But, what if there was a way to take effort and will power completely out of the equation.

In other words, a way to get gastric band and hypnosis type results without the prohibitive cost of both, and the high risk associated with going under the knife?

Well now there is.

Introducing the Neuro-Slimmer System™ – the best of gastric band and hypnosis without the cost or risk

The Neuro-Slimmer System™ (NSS), a brand-new system of weight loss, has recently been making serious waves in the weight loss marketplace.

The results are in, and they’re shocking – in a good way.

NSS combines the best of the gastro band and hypnosis for a fraction of the cost of hypnosis and with none of the risk of a traditional gastro band operation.

NSS works by convincing your mind a gastric band has been placed around your stomach, just as if you’d had a real operation.

Gastric Band Hypnosis achieves such amazing results because it completely changes the way your subconscious mind processes thoughts about food.

This “re-wiring” of your brain suppresses your cravings and lessens your appetite, making it easier to eat less and lose weight.

Best of all, NSS takes the raw willpower and the immense effort associated with unsuccessful diets out of the equation entirely.

The effect of NSS is remarkable, fast and long-lasting.

Find out more about the Neuro-Slimmer System™

Click the link below to find out more about how the Neuro-Slimmer System™ can help you lose weight AND keep it off!

You’ll discover how the NSS system makes it shockingly easy to get the results you want, without the cravings and hunger pains associated with dieting alone.

You’ll see real-life examples of ordinary people, just like you, who have finally succeeded and lost weight after struggling for years to get any kind of positive result.

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Scientific Sources:

· Cochrane, Gordon; Friesen, J. (1986). Hypnotherapy in weight loss treatment. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 54, 489-492.

· University of Connecticut, Storrs Allison DB, Faith MS. Hypnosis as an adjunct to cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy for obesity: a meta-analytic reappraisal. J Consult Clin Psychol. 1996;64(3):513-516.

· Kirsch, Irving (1996). Hypnotic enhancement of cognitive-behavioral weight loss treatments–Another meta-reanalysis. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 64 (3), 517-519.

· Weight loss for women: studies of smokers and nonsmokers using hypnosis and multi-component treatments with and without overt aversion. Johnson DL, Psychology Reprints. 1997 Jun;80(3 Pt 1):931-3.

· J Stradling, D Roberts, A Wilson and F Lovelock, Chest Unit, Churchill Hospital, Oxford, OX3 7LJ, UK (Short Communication published in the 1998 Journal of Obesity Vol 22 (3) pp 278-281)

· University of Connecticut, Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology in 1996 (Vol. 64, No. 3, pgs 517-519).


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