Losing Excess Weight Can Reduce Stress, Fear, and Pain

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By eliminating excess weight a person can reduce the stress, fear, and pain that now affect their quality of life.

Poor diets and lack of physical activity have caused Americans to gain more weight and have more chronic diseases today than ever before. Those extra pounds not only contribute to fatigue but increase stress. These two conditions result in fear and physical pain. The subconscious mind has the power to eliminate these negative conditions and lead to the happy life style that millions of people are looking for, if you know the steps.

Studies show that traditional diets just do not work. It is well past time for a new approach to weight loss. The body will not change until the mind does. Hugh B. Sanders, author of The Subconscious Diet: It’s not what you put in your mouth; it is what you put in your mind! (Not hypnosis), lays out the steps in a compact, easy to follow guide that will help get you to the weight you want.

In an interesting, down-to-earth way, this book presents the method to reach your dream of weight reduction. A traditional diet is a restriction that can be maintained only a short time, what is needed is a change of life style.

A diet is a goal and there are proven ways to reach goals. Mr. Sanders has been a sales / success trainer for some of the larger corporations in America for over thirty years and knows how to help people reach their goals.

For a complete press kit, you may visit the web site at http://www.TheSubconsciousDiet.com and click on the Media Center. You will find the Table of Contents, the first chapter, an interview, and summery.

Book Statistics: Title: The Subconscious Diet

Subtitle: It’s not what you put in your mouth; it is what you put in your mind!

Author: Hugh B. Sanders        

ISBN: 0-9766444-0-1

Category: Diet

Length: 130 pp            

Retail Price: $12.95

Binding: 5.5 X 8.5 paperback

Illustrations: None

Additions: Success Guide, checklist

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