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I Can Make You Thin: The Revolutionary System Used by More Than 3 Million…

by Paul McKenna

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I followed a couple of steps and lost a few pounds, I'm sure if you bothered doing the full wack you'd lose much more. A book that really makes you think. Starving yourself is not the answer! ( )
  Brynwy | Dec 7, 2013 |
Note that the "bad" reviews were by people who did not follow the instructions to their fully. Very few people have the self dissapline to follow these rules.

For example, if you take the time to do the tapping exercise to overcome a craving the craving will have passed. But do anything that takes your mind away for 10 minutes and your monkey mind will tend to forget the craving. As I said, most people don't have the fortitude to actually take McKenna's advise.

I am using some of the tools because they do what I need. The tools I can't bother to use don't seem to work, duh. ( )
  jayacarl | Jun 1, 2012 |
A great read. I saw the program on the TV and i feel the book is a great compliment but you have to see the program first. ( )
  DBryan | Dec 9, 2011 |
I was given this by my girlfriend about 5 years ago. I read it and tried it. It didn't help me loose weight at the time, but now I have lost the weight it is a helpful way of maintaining that weight. ( )
  stephenmakin | Jul 7, 2009 |
seems too easy. will let you know if it works--if I ever commit to doing his simple steps!
  mochap | Apr 12, 2009 |
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McKenna's system is not a diet; instead, he uses the latest psychological techniques to transform the way you think about food.

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