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From the cradle to the grave we try new tastes, new foods and explore the pleasures of culinary delights and drinks, whilst most of the time we all know that too much of a good thing is bad for us, and so, if you have had just that little too much foodie fun by living the eating-drinking high life and it shows let me help you redress the balance by, exploring, explaining and showing some old weight loss techniques along with a new groundbreaking way to prevent food cravings, lose weight and keep it off!!!

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Program 1

Program 1 - over 1 week
Physical training - 1 session approximatly 1 hour
Outdoor or inside training - Karate exercises or Nordic walking and fartlek (fast play) jogging, with a qigong warm up and cool down meditation.

Therapeutics on a separate day - approximatly 2 hours
Acupuncture (metaphysical) or hypnotherapy with aromamask training and guychi mixed essential oils* plus ear seed acupressure instruction.
Note: Alternatives to acupuncture are moxabustion and cupping.

Program 1 session of both physical training and therapeutics - total cost £140

Program 1 initializes holistic weight loss

About Robin Guy - email guychi@outlook.com or telephone 07583 9484 34 to book (Weymouth, Dorset and surrounding areas)

 

Program 2

Program 2 - over 2 consecutive weeks
Physical training - 2 sessions approximatly (2 separate weeks) 1 hour each
Outdoor or inside training - Karate exercises or Nordic walking and fartlek (fast play) jogging, with a qigong warm up and cool down meditation

Therapeutics on on separate days to physical training - overall 2 sessions (2 separate weeks) lasting approximatly 1 - 2 hours
Acupuncture (metaphysical) and hypnotherapy with aromamask training and guychi mixed essential oils* plus ear seed acupressure instruction.
Note: Alternatives to acupuncture are moxabustion and cupping.

Program 2 session of both physical training and therapeutics - Total cost £260

Program 2 instructs the mind and body into holistic weight loss

About Robin Guy - email guychi@outlook.com or telephone 07583 9484 34 to book (Weymouth, Dorset and surrounding areas)

 

Program 3

Program 3 - over 4 consecutive weeks
Physical training - 4 sessions approximatly (4 separate weeks) 1 hour each
Outdoor or inside training - Karate exercises or Nordic walking and fartlek (fast play) jogging, with a qigong warm up and cool down meditation

Therapeutics on separate days to physical training - 4 sessions lasting approximatly 1 - 2 hours
Acupuncture and hypnotherapy with aromamask training and guychi mixed essential oils* plus embeded auricular acupuncture and ear seed acupressure instruction.
Note:Alternatives to acupuncture are moxabustion and cupping.

Program 3 sessions are both physical training and bespoke therapeutics - Total cost £500

Program 3 instructs the mind and body into deeper holistic weight loss

About Robin Guy - email guychi@outlook.com or telephone 07583 9484 34 to book (Weymouth, Dorset and surrounding areas)

 

Program 4

Program 4 - over 10 consecutive weeks
Physical training - 10 sessions approximatly 1 hour each
Outdoor or inside training - Karate exercises or Nordic walking and fartlek (fast play) jogging, with a qigong warm up and cool down meditation.

Therapeutics on separate days to physical training - 10 sessions lasting approximatly 1 - 2 hours
Acupuncture and hypnotherapy with aromamask training and guychi mixed essential oils* plus embeded auricular acupuncture and ear seed acupressure instruction.
Note:Alternatives to acupuncture are moxabustion and cupping.

Program 4 sessions are both physical training with bespoke therapeutics
Total cost £1,100

Program 4 instructs the mind and body in profound holistic weight loss

Your Training
All exercise and mind programs are tailored especially to the client, if a client does not wish to have either hypnotherapy or acupuncture then the training program will reflect and respect the client wishes at all times, with some people being afraid of acupuncture, but I strongly recommend this old but very powerful therapy, I use full sterile single use needles and adhere to high quality standard of sterile environment procedures.

*aroma oils aromamask mix cannot be used with epilepsy.

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Obesity Article on yahoo November 20 - 2014 - Original report Sky news

Obesity Costs UK More Than War And Terrorism

Britain is being urged to take immediate action after a study revealed that obesity is a greater burden on the country than armed violence, war and terrorism.

The study, conducted by the McKinsey Global Institute (MGI), said the UK's "obesity crisis" costs almost £47bn every year.

It comes second only to the £57bn annual toll smoking takes on the economy, it found.

"The global economic impact of obesity is increasing," the study said

"Today obesity is jostling with armed conflict and smoking in terms of having the greatest human-generated global economic impact."

Estimates on the total annual loss attributed to armed violence, war and terrorism reach £43bn.

The study blamed the growing crisis on an inadequate response from the Government, branding its policy on obesity as "too fragmented to be effective".

It also warned that investment in obesity prevention was "relatively low given the scale of the problem".

The MGI insists an urgent "coordinated response" is needed from the Government, retailers, restaurants and food and drink manufacturers to tackle the issue, recommending a series of new measures.

They include portion controls on fast food packaged goods, the introduction of healthy meals in schools and workplaces and more physical education in school curriculums.

Spending on obesity prevention programme's in the UK is less than £638m a year, the MGI says.

In contrast, the Government spends £6bn annually on treating conditions linked to being overweight or obese.

A further £10bn is spent on diabetes, it claimed.

Over 2.1 billion people worldwide are estimated to be overweight or obese.

The MGI said that figure is on course to rise to almost half the world's adult population by 2030.

We are designed to seek food – our drive to do so is essential to our survival and we have a complex system to control this. Recent research shows that following weight loss, levels of circulating hormones which affect our appetite tend to promote over-eating and weight regain.

Indeed, the Minnesota experiment published in 1950 showed that we tend to overeat after a period of energy restriction until fat mass has returned to or exceeded initial levels. And although we might consider fat a simple energy reserve, during periods of food shortage fuel partitioning is not straightforward – muscle protein is just as readily converted to energy which protects fat stores.

Blame the hunter-gatherers

It can be surprising to hear that excess fat is rigorously defended by our own bodies. However, a moment’s thought explains why this should be. Our physiology has been shaped over millennia by evolutionary processes which make us suited to a hunter-gatherer lifestyle – which necessitates high levels of physical activity and likely periods of famine and feast.

Those with thrifty metabolic adaptations, which favored storage of excess energy as fat would have been more likely to survive and pass on their genes. During periods of famine, the ability to hold on to stored fat would also have been advantageous. These adaptations which were once useful, are now causing unprecedented levels of obesity across all populations that lead a lifestyle characterized by low levels of physical activity and an abundance of food. In short, we are designed to store fat, and to keep it once we have it.

Designed for fat

To understand our physiology, we must understand homeostasis whereby biological systems are regulated mostly via negative feedback systems. Changes to a monitored condition (such as body fat) produce responses that oppose the change until the monitored condition returns to a “set point”. This seems to be the case for weight loss. A reduction of fat tissue results in changes in levels of hormones that typically lead to a return to the original level of fat.

Crucially however, this does not seem to be the case when dealing with weight gain. Our biological systems seem insufficiently powerful to return us to our set-point. Perhaps the environment is too overwhelmingly obesogenic? Or perhaps our physiology has always relied on an external event, such as famine or high levels of physical activity, to regulate body weight?

As long as the environment remains obesogenic, the problem of obesity will remain. We can no longer rely on our instinct to regulate body fat – we must now rely on our intellect.

Matthew Haines, Senior Lecturer in Health and Wellbeing, University of Huddersfield

This article was originally published on The Conversation

Guychi weight loss plan includes direct intellectual intervention through innovative subliminal hypnotic suggestion, aromamasking, acupuncture, moxabustion or cupping, exercise and food education to help lose fat-weight, and keep it off.

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Famous Martial Artists
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