Boston Hypnotist Makes Low Carbohydrate Diets Easy and Fun

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Low carb diets can be torture… not any more! Boston hypnotist Tom Nicoli has created the solution to make those low carbohydrate eating plans easy and comfortable.

“My programs have brought relief to now thousands of people in 16 countries, listening once a day, all in the comfort of their favorite chair and can work for anyone with a desire,” says Nicoli. “There is no reason to suffer the struggle and emotional pain when changing your diet.”                                        

As a Certified Hypnotist with the National Guild of Hypnotists, numerous certifications, published author, speaker and trainer, Tom has developed his series of highly effective hypnosis CD’s for an expedient and comfortable approach to changing your behavior. It’s amazing what people are saying:

"About a week ago I got your Weight Loss 2 CD set and I gotta say this is weird yet also so awesome! My appetite has really been tamed and my portions have also been tamed. I feel full and satisfied a lot faster now and I don't crave junk between meals. I really feel more "in control" than ever and feel happy and energetic. Oh yeah, I forgot to mention I have dropped 5 lbs already! I can’t explain it but Thank You! Sincerely, Bill from Indiana"

For additional information on TomNicoli’s weight loss CDs, visit his web site at

Tom Nicoli’s new weight loss ideas are so revolutionary the National Guild of Hypnotists invited him to lecture at their seminars in San Francisco and L.A. on September 18 and 19, and Las Vegas on September 26th. This is after his presentations were a huge success in New York, Boston, Orlando and Ft. Lauderdale.

Tom Nicoli is the founder and Director of A Better You Hypnosis, Inc. located just outside Boston Massachusetts and was the National Guild of Hypnotists 2003 Charles Tebbetts Award winner and the 2004 Hypnotism Achievement Award for his work in the field of hypnosis.

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A Better You Hypnosis, Inc.

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