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The Subconscious Diet by Hugh B. Sanders

The Subconscious Diet

by Hugh B. Sanders

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The Subconscious Diet, does not discuss food or exercise. It does not focus on the technicalities of dieting. It does look at the day to day requirements for changing long set habits that are causing people to gain weight rather than lose it. It gives clear steps to make the adjustments in a person’s thinking that are the prerequisites for any change, especially in the habits of eating. There are no confusing and largely useless charts and graphs to distract the dieter. The Subconscious Diet, leads to the accomplishment of the dieter’s goal by taking the reader through each phase of the mental processes required for any diet plan to be accomplished. It is written in easy to understand language and uses examples that relate to the readers’ real life situations. Each chapter contains quotes from famous figures of the past and present that support and encourage the efforts of the dieter. The point of these quotes is to illustrate to the reader that their lack of success in any past diet can be overcome and that they can achieve their dream / goal of weight loss.

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