Craig Beck is one of the fittest and healthiest people you will ever meet. So why is he known around the world as ‘Fat Guy Friday’? In truth that’s exactly what he used to be... a big fat guy! Until one day he said “enough is enough”, and broke the cycle of yo-yo dieting that had plagued his life. On Friday, September 10, 2010, he stood on the scales at a depressing 252 Lbs. He was the heaviest he had ever been in his life, something as simple as walking up a flight of stairs would leave him gasping for air, he struggled to play games with his children, and was the most miserable he had ever been.
A former hypnotist, Craig knew that all problems in life are primarily the result of dysfunctional programmers running in the subconscious mind, which are creating the very things we are unhappy with. Whilst he was building a system to deal with his own ever-expanding waistline he discovered two common traits shared by virtually all-overweight people.
By removing these two secret problems he found that no matter who tried his system lost weight. Better than that, at no point did any of them report being hungry or irritable during the process. In Slim Now, Slim Forever, Craig pulls no punches and delivers a wakeup call designed to change your life for the better - forever! Discover why the traditional low fat diet is keeping you fat.
Actually, it's as illogical as trying to extinguish a fire by throwing gasoline on it. Sure it's wet just like water, but you will end up with the opposite of what you wanted! What you are about to discover will shock, sicken, and surprise you - everything you have been told about weight loss is a lie! Warning this book tells it like it is, if you are not ready to hear the truth about your own weight problem and obesity, do not buy this audiobook.
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This was a good pretty quick listen. With a few nuggets of new information. Although he is trying to sell his other books and website membership along the way.
I got the most out of the idea that I subconsciously "need/want" to be fat. I need to change the way I think to change the way I look. I also found his description of a day of his meals to be helpful in thinking that this can be done! This diet plan would work for me as I do think bad carbs and wheat do not do the body good.
Craig Beck seems more in the business of selling Craig Beck than necessarily this book topic.
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