Obesity is a life-threatening condition. I know; I’ve suffered from it.
It is a terrible drain on personal, national and international health resources.
It will rob those who love you … of you.
It doesn’t have to be like that. Even if you are morbidly obese, you can achieve a healthy body weight in under a year, and maintain it for the rest of your life.
Live Free From Obesity, developed by James Hardiman, (because he’s obese, and needs to live), and Susan Courtney (James’ wife, who loves him, and needs to live) works on the “M.E.N.” (Mind, Exercise, Nutrition) in your life to ensure that you are able to:
- Eat whatever you like,
- Eat as much as you like,
- Eat whenever you like,
- … and be slim, fit, and healthy?
It is possible! Intrigued? Check out this letter to food addicts.
In 2009 James discovered how to lose weight and gain huge health and fitness benefits by using a little known British nutrition system (only available through health-care professionals) and an amazing fitness regime that anyone can do, and everyone will enjoy (believe me: I was no sports fan or fitness fanatic!)
But when a life-problem hit, and the weight started to go back on, James realised that:
- It’s not the fat on your boobs,
- It’s not the fat on your belly,
- and it’s not the fat on your bum that’s the problem:
- It’s the “fat on your brain” that really matters.
So for the next two and a half years, James worked on every aspect of the brain, mind, emotions, spirit and relationships that is connected to over-eating and obesity.
Now James and Susan have combined ancient wisdom from 2,500 years ago, with their own experience as therapist and counsellor over 30 years, and the absolute most up-to-date discoveries of modern neuro-science and the “New Science of Kindness” to produce an amazing, life-changing programme called “Together We Can” so that now we can deal with the M.E.N. in our lives, and live free from obesity forever.
What is Obesity? It is when our Body-Mass Index (a ratio of our height to our weight) goes above 30. There’s a calculator over there on the right (if you happen to know your height and weight in metric units). If not, try this BMI-Calculator webpage.
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