A pain-free alternative to surgery
Published: 8 May 2012 10:30
However, gastric surgery can be a painful, invasive and expensive process that is usually only carried out on obese people. You may not be considering the gastric band as an option, but if you are disillusioned with jumping on and off the diet bandwagon, have tried every slimming pill or potion and still have not achieved the desired result, this may be a solution.
The Hypno-Band Weight Loss System is a revolutionary hypnotherapy treatment designed for people who desperately want to lose weight. It has all the results of gastric band surgery - you will eat smaller portions and feel full - yet it is completely safe and pain free. It will save money, not only on the cost of private surgery, but also on weekly food bills. Its success is already widely documented in the press and has most recently been covered in Channel 4's Embarrassing Fat Bodies.
Gastric band surgery costs many thousands of pounds, however Hypno-Band can save you money for a fraction of that price in the long run. The Hypno-Band system helps you to change your behaviour and lifestyle which in turn provides you with the ability to lose weight and stay that way.
Steve Bishop (pictured right) is a Master Hypnotic Consultant and Certified Master Practitioner and Trainer in Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP). He has been running his successful hypnotherapy clinic for 10 years and is now helping lots of people to shed the pounds.
To book, call 0800 1974 294.
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