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Losing weight couldn't be easier - all you have to do is listen


Why Slimpods make weight loss work while diets fail

 

SCIENTIFIC FACT:

The body treats diets like famine, so as soon as you come off one the body goes into overdrive, hoarding calories as fat in readiness for the next time. It also slows your metabolism so you burn fewer calories. That’s how in the medium to long-term, diets make you fatter not lose weight.


SCIENTIFIC FACT:

Most people who decide to lead a healthier lifestyle go on traditional slimming diets. The truth is, however, that 95 PER CENT of those who go on such diets fail; what's worse, they often end up in worse shape than when they started. It's because their level of an appetite-stimulating hormone automatically goes up. 

Here’s how our Slimpods are different and why the weight loss they help you achieve can be permanent. To put it even more simply: Here’s why SLIMPODS WORK while other methods FAIL.

Slimpods gently change your relationship to food and exercise by retuning the way your mind works, so you never diet again. There’s no calorie counting, no horrible tasting food replacements, no hunger pangs, no anguish, no guilt and no pain.


Achieving target weight loss requires lifestyle changes. These changes include regular exercise, a sensible approach to healthy eating and the right mental attitude. This is precisely what our Slimpods are designed to achieve.

Good nutrition is very important for fat loss, and focusing on health and health-promoting foods is far more productive than focusing on fat loss and denial of your favourite foods.

Adopting a whole food diet, avoiding salt, fat, sugar, additives, preservatives, processed and refined foods, needs to become part of a life style change. By increasing natural foods with a high fibre and water content (fruit and vegetables) more food can be eaten to reduce your appetite without gaining weight.


A whole food diet also has a much higher vitamin and mineral content than a typical diet containing processed and refined foods. Restricting calories may increase the risk of heart disease, diabetes an cancer, according to a study in the journal Psychosomatic Medicine.