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Weight Loss Doesnt Work


Your brain has this really interesting system that is kind of like a search engine on the internet. It is called your RAS for short. A search engine works by typing what you want to find into it and then it goes out on the internet and finds the most relevant web sites for what you want. Your RAS works the same. You put something into your RAS and your brain will literally go out into the world and search for exactly that.

So if you want to "lose weight" your RAS will find exactly that, losing weight. How is this a problem you might be asking? How long can you continue to lose weight? Not for ever that is for sure. So your body must gain weight again so it can continue to lose weight.

The first thing you have to do is put into your RAS what you want. What you focus on is what you put into your RAS. So focus on what you are really after now. Like being thin, Being Slim, Being Toned and Muscular, or whatever it is you want to be. You do not want to "be" losing weight. That is a process to bring you to what you want to be, Slim and Sexy. So focus on being Slim and Sexy. Then your RAS and brain will go out there and find exactly that.

Which means you must focus on being thin, toned, slim, sexy and slender. And the only way to be permanently thin is making sure your weight-o-stat is set to the correct setting you want and by being healthy.

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