How to lose weight using your mind, according to a hypnotherapist

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A hypnotherapist has revealed today how you can lose weight using only your mind, and she states that diet will not help.

Malminder Gill, a Harley Street practitioner, says his technique can combat cravings, emotional eating and the desire for larger portions.

In an exclusive for MailOnline, she offers a series of tips for those who wish to shed pounds around their bulging waists.

And their advice ranges from using toothpicks to taking smaller bites and chewing more, in an attempt to fool the mind so that it feels full faster.

Ms. Gill, who has worked with clients on conscious food for almost a decade, He told MailOnline: It's the only thing that really works.

"The key to losing weight is not in the gym, or in math (calories and calories that come out), it's in the mind.

"I use hypnosis as a way of rethinking perceptions and teaching eating with attention, but you do not have to be hypnotized to learn the tips and tricks you need to succeed."

His advice follows a review of medical literature from North Carolina State University earlier this year, which concluded that mindful eating can combat obesity.

When writing in the journal Current Obesity Reports, the researchers accepted that the techniques, practiced by Mrs. Gill, can really reduce cravings and "problematic feeding".

Malminder Gill, a clinical practitioner from Harley Street, says that his technique can combat cravings, emotional feeding and the desire for larger portions (stock)

IS YOUR THEORY OF EATING WITH MENTAL IS SUPPORTED BY SCIENCE?

Malminder Gill, a Harley Street practitioner, says his technique can combat cravings, emotional eating and the desire for larger portions.

His advice follows a review of medical literature from North Carolina State University in March, which concluded that mindful eating can combat obesity.

Writing in the journal Current Obesity Reports, the researchers accepted that the techniques can actually reduce cravings and "problematic feeding".

The review of five previous trials was the first to compare and examine the evidence on conscious feeding and weight loss.

In an article published in the journal, nutritionist Carolyn Dunn and her colleagues wrote: "All the studies showed weight loss results."

Weight loss was reported in four of the studies, which were carried out for different periods of time.

The weight was recovered in only one of the studies, The Washington Post reported at the time.

Cravings

You can begin to understand why you have specific cravings, the triggers that cause them, and the alternatives that can satisfy it.

By enjoying the taste of all your food, you may notice that cravings are reduced.

Unlike a diet, the conscious diet does not restrict it, it can act on the cravings if you wish, but the most important thing is that you will begin to understand why you have cravings.

Advice:

If you have a craving, wait 15 minutes before succumbing. When my clients put this into practice, they give 30 percent less time to their cravings.

WHAT ARE THE 3 RULES TO EAT TOTALLY?

Conscious feeding is an approach that you focus solely on eating or drinking. Instead of letting your mind move, or do two things at once, just eat and drink. With conscious feeding, you pay full attention to the experience and what is happening both inside and outside your body and you notice the sensations: the color, the smell, the taste, the texture, the temperature and the sound of the food. It also helps you notice how your body reacts when you feel hungry or full and how satisfied you are.

1. Leave the diet

Conscious feeding is a powerful way to regain control of food and drinks forever. It does not involve a diet. There are no restrictions

With conscious feeding, you pay attention to the environment, as well as to the experience that you crave in your heart, body and mind.

2. Do not give up

Conscious consumers do not criticize themselves for helping themselves to a second portion.

You simply understand what your body wants to witness sensations and thoughts.

3. Focus on the four

According to Ms. Gill, there are four key areas in which to work to succeed in conscious eating: cravings, emotional feeding, portion control and, finally, making healthy choices.

Imagine the food you crave, by focusing on the image you will achieve sensory boredom, which means that you no longer need to try.

Yield and appreciate the craving, but as you eat, you are aware of why you are craving and if it really feels beneficial to you.

Before opening the refrigerator or cabinet, breathe and ask yourself: "Am I really hungry?" Do something else, like reading or going for a short walk.

Eat emotionally

Conscious feeding will help you learn to eat only when you are hungry and stop when you are full.

You also begin to solve any emotional problem that is affecting your relationship with food and food.

From this, you can enjoy the experience of eating more while consciously taking the healthy option that improves positivity.

Advice:

Mindfulness can help you understand how foods affect eating habits and mood. This can be a struggle, but it is crucial to discover the real reason why you are eating. My best tips to combat emotional feeding include;

  • Keep in mind when you are doing it. Will you feel worse for giving in when you try to be healthy? Most of the time you will feel worse for letting your emotions "win" and saying that you can not benefit your health goals and your emotions as well.
  • Keep an emotional food diary. This will help you see links to what and why you are eating.
  • Emotional feeding is often a way to experience pleasure. Ask yourself if you will really feel pleasure when eating, and if you do, make the most of it and allow yourself to fully enjoy yourself and stop when the enjoyment stops.

Portion control

She advises that instead of eating until you finish your plate, learn to stop eating when you feel satisfied and satisfied.

Instead of concentrating on consuming lots, you can begin to focus on trying the foods to give you satisfaction. Even in social situations, you can make sure you eat only everything your body needs.

And his advice ranges from using toothpicks to taking smaller bites and chewing more, in an attempt to trick the mind into making it feel full faster

And his advice ranges from using toothpicks to taking smaller bites and chewing more, in an attempt to trick the mind into making it feel full faster

And his advice ranges from using toothpicks to taking smaller bites and chewing more, in an attempt to trick the mind into making it feel full faster

Advice:

  • Eat protein first to fill it and notice the feeling of being full
  • Avoid carbonated drinks, which can increase your hunger levels, try to stick to water
  • Break the salt and sugar cycle by minimizing both to stop the triggers of each
  • Set the kitchen timer in 20 minutes and take that time to eat a normal-sized meal
  • Try to eat with your non-dominant hand; if you're right, hold the fork with your left hand when you lift food to your mouth
  • Use the chopsticks if you do not use them normally
  • Eat in silence for five minutes, thinking about what was needed to produce that food, from the sun's rays to the farmer, from the shopkeeper to the cook.
  • Take small bites and chew well

Healthy options

By getting to understand your body and the sensations of food, you can learn what foods feed you best for exercise, enjoyment and work.

You can also start to enjoy the taste of healthy foods instead of just eating them to be good & # 39;

Conscious feeding can also mean that you begin to realize that the unhealthy foods that you like do not make you feel very good and that healthy foods are more beneficial for your body, energy levels, mood and state.

WHAT DOES MINDFUL EAT FOR?

Improving the symptoms of type 2 diabetes

Reversal by learning to change the reward / punishment approach to food

Losing weight and reducing body mass index

Management of chronic diseases

Improving the health of the heart

Encourage a positive attitude towards body image

Hypnosis is excellent for this because we can push the subconscious to look for healthier foods, like loving the taste of vegetables and not liking the taste of chips. However, even without hypnosis, here is what you can do:

Advice:

Making healthy choices can be enjoyable when you begin to appreciate the taste of healthy foods instead of feeling denied by your favorite foods that are not healthy.

  • Write down the three foods you do not want to consume with a healthy diet. Instead, find healthy alternatives
  • Enjoy how your palate changes to enjoy healthy food options
  • Do not buy when you're hungry. If you feel easily tempted, shop online, which will prevent you from adding, treating to your shopping cart.

You do not need to change everything instantly. Instead, try to take a conscious approach to one meal per day.

Eat in a quiet place without distractions and start experiencing your food and make it a pleasant experience.

Very quickly you will enjoy the sensation and pleasure of a conscious diet and want to do it more often to provide maximum benefits and achieve your weight and health goals.

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