Monday, June 9, 2014

Is this what the Greeks ate to keep slim?

Remember that Greek ninny Sisyphus who was forever pushing the stone up the hill only to see it run down again?

That's the modern day dieter.

You'll see why in just a moment...

Before that, though, let me stress that I REALLY hate dieting.

It's not because diets don't work.

It's that they don't work for more than a few weeks beyond the time you finally come off them.

I am sure you know what I mean.

Worse than the fact that the weight comes back, is that a little more comes back than you were able to take off!

Take off 10 pounds, put back 12.

Take off 15 pounds, put back 20.

Most of us engage in this Sisyphean behavior. Repeatedly.

And watch the needle on the bathroom scales jump about over time like a stock market ticker tape with an ever upwards trend.

It's like our own punishment from Zeus for believing that we are smarter than our own bodies and can command our weight at will.

Trouble is, we can't.

Not if we try to go about it using the yo-yo dieter's mindset.

My friend Carolyn Hansen, a writer and expert on the subject of GIVING UP on dieting has a new report out that explains why the repeated yo-yo dieting attempts fail so miserably, and what to do to fix the problem once and for all.

It's called "Stop The Body Weight Bounce" and you can download it for FREE here:

No one can yo-yo diet forever and maintain their health, says Carolyn.

Sooner or later you either spiral out of control, or you make the conscious decision to use the right approach to eliminate the weight just once, and keep it off for good.

If you want to know how Carolyn teaches her clients to pull this off time after time, check out the report while it is still available:

After all, why kill yourself pushing the rock up the hill repeatedly like Sisyphus when there's a way to put an end to the bodily torture for good?

To Your Success,
Arthur M.

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