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NLP Weight Loss Week 1, Day 2

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8:30 AM I woke up this morning and weighed myself. Four pounds lighter. Not a bad start. I know much of this is water weight, but it still feels great. Today I will remember: Do not eat until I am truly hungry. I’ll pay attention to false hunger signals like habit, stress, boredom, etc… Eat slowly, putting the fork/food down between… Read more »

The NLP Naturally Slender Eating Strategy

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Why does Neuro-Linguistic Programming’s natural slender eating strategy work so well? Weight gain and loss seems to be all about one thing: portion size. To gain weight, eat more. To lose weight, control your portions. Portion control is a scary word to those of us addicted to food, right? It’s annoying, too. Who wants to exercise control over eating when munching… Read more »

How to Know When you’re Hungry

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Years of dieting and eating junk can ruin your hunger symptoms. To make this NLP-based weight loss program work, it all begins with knowing when you’re hungry – recognizing the signs of hunger – and avoiding food when you experience false hunger. It’s fair to admit that I do not eat when I am truly hungry. I don’t wait that… Read more »

NLP Weight Loss Week 1: Day 1

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Today is the first day of my NLP weight loss program. I’m learning this program from one of our iNLP Center coaches, Rosella Tocco. It’s based on the work of Neuro-Linguistic Programming, specifically on what we call the naturally slender eating strategy. This post will be a record of day 1 on week 1. It’s 11:20 AM and I just ate… Read more »

Starting the Weight Loss Program

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Today I begin a new weight loss program that will become part of the iNLP Center catalog of life coaching programs. My goal is to test the program on myself. This is discouraging because I’ve been a chronic weight loss pursuer for too many years to count and I’m currently about 50 pounds overweight. Let’s get this straight: Years of… Read more »