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Do Diets Really Work
Home Health & Fitness Nutrition & Supplement
By: Peter Karpouzas Email Article
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I was reading the paper (The Age, 28/03/12) the other day and stumbled upon an article on weight loss. It said:

"More than 50 years of research confirms that diets have a failure rate of between95 to 98 percent. That's right - of every 100 people who diet, 98 of them will quickly restore any weight they do lose.

According to the US National Institute of Health Technology assessment conference, "(weight-loss) interventions produce short term losses followed by weight gain back, and no present treatments appear capable of producing permanent weight-loss.".

That is a damning evaluation of diet plans! So if where wish to change our body shape, what do we do?

A lot of the diet plans in existence treat food as a mere fuel without any allowance for the pleasures that food may bring. Food is only as an input and the output it produces. This position implies that various kinds of food are identified as great and bad. This food is good fuel. This food is bad fuel. This labelling of foods develops resistance. This food is bad! Those feelings of guilt that you feel as you consume those chips or donuts can effect the method our body takes in the constituents of the food. It implies that our body is not in sympathy with the food we eat. It can just indicate a negative result. That is putting on weight, being the result.

What if we proclaimed:.

"Food is my friend!".

Now we can concentrate on the health and wellbeing that food we consume promotes. This health and wellbeing can include the pleasure food brings us (how great is a donut to consume?) along with nutrition. This enjoyment of consuming is often peoples failure in weight-loss due to the fact that it can feel great however the outcome is depressing.

If we accept there is a divine force, life force, life energy or supreme being, then it opens the possibility to treat your body as more than simply a device. It enables us to make use of the magnificent law of destination in developing the body we desire.The law of destination informs us that "like brings in like". For that reason if we think a food is bad we will certainly draw in the things that we are afraid most! That is, weight gain. So when you next sit down to eat, consciously focus on the sensation you have about this food. It's very likely that the feeling is negative.

If the food is exactly what we would identify "bad" you will most likely have a grating, negative sensation.

If the food is exactly what we would call "good" the feelings possibly more favorable, but you might have resentment because you feel you have to eat this kind of food to keep your body.

It is successfully a fight against food, when it needs to be identified that food is needed for our wellbeing.

So if you have these kind of sensations attempt:.

"Food is my friend!".

"Designer Bodies" is a program that makes use of the Law of Destination to develop the body we desire. Our "Designer Body".

Designer Bodies intends to completely alter our sensations and feelings about food and our bodies to develop the body you want. Your "Designer Body.".

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