“Your body won’t do what you want it to do… It seems to have a mind of its own! You want it to get skinny, but it stubbornly refuses and just keeps getting fatter!”

Effective, Permanent, Rapid weight-loss… without the excess skin that so often seems to be the result of losing weight too quickly. How can we achieve this? Is it even possible?

How to lose weight and keep it off seems to be a problem of pandemic proportions. This is a global issue! Countless people all over the planet seem to struggle with weight and the associated health issues that go hand in hand with excess body fat.

Think about these questions for a moment: Don’t merely read them. Actually think about them. Get your head around them. Get a real, honest appreciation of the situation and how it affects you…

  • How big a problem is a weight problem… for you?
  • What have you tried in the past to lose weight?
  • How many diets have you been on?
  • How much money have you spent trying unsuccessfully to reach an unattainable goal?
  • Is that goal actually ‘unattainable’?
  • How many times have you been told by your doctor that all you need to do to lose weight is… “Eat a balanced diet, get an adequate amount of exercise. Lift your metabolism?” (Did it actually work for you?)

There are some other really interesting questions that are worth asking at this point:

Why is it that some people can eat what ever they want and never seem to gain any weight? Yet others only need look at a piece of chocolate cake or something delectable and they put on weight? Why?

Why is it some people tend to store fat on their legs and butt, but have a relatively normal upper body? Yet others can have a disproportionately fat stomach? Some store fat on the upper parts of their body and have skinny legs and a skinny bum. Maybe they tend to store fat evenly across their entire body. An interesting question that has gone unasked and unanswered…until now.

Why do some of us store fat that is very hard; like a man with a huge solid beer gut? Other people tend to store fat that is soft and squishy. The kind that wobbles when they walk. How come?

There is a very long list of obesity related health conditions; high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, elevated cholesterol levels, hormone imbalances (including testosterone and estrogen) sleep apnoea, snoring etc. I could go on… Yet, many people who do not have a weight issue also suffer from these very same conditions. We are often told we have these health conditions because we are ‘fat’… but if the ‘skinny’ ones can also suffer from them, perhaps there is another reason. An as yet ‘unidentified’ reason.

Think about this for a moment: Not everyone who is overweight or even ‘obese’ has a chronic health condition. There are countless people who would be classified as ‘obese’ who are otherwise perfectly healthy. This is a fact. Why? Why isn’t everyone who is overweight suffering from one of more of the associated chronic health issues? This is a very good question don’t you think?

Here is another one for you: Why do some of us have the problem of ‘comfort eating’ yet others don’t? Is this a problem for you? Would you like to know why and what to do about it to resolve the problem?

No matter which way you look at it, weight issues are a major problem. An expensive problem. The cost is far more than just money! What has your weight issue cost you? How has it impacted your life? Your health? Your relationships? You sense of well-being? Your sense of contentment? Has being overweight prevented you from living life to the fullest?

Here is the million dollar question: Is that a price you are prepared to continue to pay?

The iShrink.me Extreme Weight Loss program addresses and answers each of these questions and many others. You will be provided with very effective tools to achieve your goals. You will be guided on the use of those tools. You will be supported and encouraged. Your success is our success.

When you think about it, everything that you have tried in the past has not provided the lasting results you were hoping for. You are not alone…. Maybe the ’cause’ of this ‘problem’ is not just eating too much, getting insufficient exercise and having a low metabolism. Maybe the real cause has remained hidden… until now!

“In order to resolve a problem, you will find it very helpful to first understand the problem, then identify and deal with the cause. If the problem remains, you have either not dealt effectively with the cause, or failed to identify it in the first instance” (Quote: James Duncan)





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