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New hypno gastric banders?

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DumDum32 Mon 26-Aug-13 16:50:33

Thanku for the link at the price tag of around only £7 it seems well worth trying smile

BagOfCats Mon 26-Aug-13 14:29:44

Arrgh sorry posted too soon...

... So far so good. Really noticed at dinner lastnight just didn't want to eat a whole plateful of food. Today I'm keeping portions small although I'm not sure if that's because I think I should, rather than my body telling me on full because I've been hypnotised, iyswim...

Anyway, fairly harmless so I'm giving it a good shot!!

BagOfCats Mon 26-Aug-13 14:27:42

I have used Paul mckenna's book

Basically you read the book and listen to the cd, and convince yourself that you've had a gastric band fitted, such that your stomach size is now actually smaller, and consequently you feel full more quickly, don't eat as much etc.

It's only day 2 for me but so far so g

DumDum32 Mon 26-Aug-13 14:21:33

where did u order it from & how much? Ive been considering this technique for a while.

FriskyHenderson Mon 26-Aug-13 14:10:30

What is this? I could do with one smile

BagOfCats Mon 26-Aug-13 13:48:30

Oh dear, just me being hypnotised on my own then...

BagOfCats Sun 25-Aug-13 18:56:18

Hi all,
Just wondering if anyone wanted to join me, I fitted mine lastnight... I know that there was another thread but it seems to have gone very quiet and I just wondered if anyone starting/succeeding with this method!

So I read the book on sat, listened to the trance CD lastnight and this morning (DS2 started crying during it lastnight so didn't really feel I was in a trance, thought I'd do it again this morning but fell asleep while listening... Am a bit of a disaster, will try it again tonight!)

So far so good, had a very small lunch and felt Christmas-lunch style stuffed (had 2 ryvita with some tinned tuna) but I don't know if that was a fluke... I will wait and see how I feel at dinner!

Am so hoping to succeed at this, desperately trying to lose baby weight, so fingers crossed, this seems a little more sustainable than fad diets (if the book is to be believed!!!)

Anyone join me?

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