The reason why diets don't work is because food is not the problem; the root cause of the problem sits in your soul.
It is your emotions which need healing, not your taste buds.
The Phat Madame NO MORE! program focuses on the emotional aspect of losing weight before looking at the external (the food you eat).
While first focusing on the emotional aspect of being overweight, you'll then learn the truth about food and exercise (and it's got nothing to do with dieting).
Because of how the program is structured, you'll painlessly start eating more good foods, while not feeling deprived of the foods you love. You will never feel deprived.
Instant Take-Home Secret
Being overweight is a symptom of something gone wrong. Diets don’t work because they don’t address this; they merely cover up the problem like a band-aid.
The greatest secret about permanent weight loss, is developing a healthy love and care for yourself and your needs. The primary reason you overeat or are drawn to junk foods, is that you are using food to nurture and reward yourself.
But developing a healthy self-respect is far easier said than done for the food addict or overeater, so the Phat Madame NO MORE! program helps lead you every step of the way, into loving who you are now, while you work towards your end goals.
Live the life you want, in a body you love.
How does the Phat Madame NO MORE! program’s 3 free lessons work?
Simply sign up for the program with your name and email address.
You’ll get your first lesson about an hour after subscribing, then every 3rd day, you will receive the next lesson by email. Every lesson consists of reading material and practical applications to follow.
The program starts by addressing the root cause of why you overeat, or are addicted to food.
Invest in yourself and your happiness.
Try the Phat Madame NO MORE! program for free.
What healing has meant to this food addict:
"At last, I am happy living in my body. I have lost about 30 pounds, I eat what I feel like, have the ability to stop eating when I feel satisfied, and the obsessions are over. Past are the days of constant guilt and trying to be "good", reprimanding myself when I fall."
Jane (not her real name)
Are you ready to change your life?