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Lose Weight - Mindfulness Meditation for weight loss and mindful eating

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Losing weight is a hard process, you and I both know it. We have been trying to lose weight for a long time without any lasting results.

We have tried it all, miracle diets, six months bonuses in the gym that we have left after 3 weeks, questionable supplements recommended by some friend of family member…

But at the end of the day, NOTHING has worked, or if it does work, the weight loss is not sustainable.

Do you know why? Because we are not constant, we last a few weeks or months at best with that horrible diet, but sooner or later we give up and return to our old habits.

We do not need any of that, we just need a balanced and healthy diet. We don’t need to starve, we just need to be CONSISTENT.

A study by the University of Otago in New Zealand, showed that meditation is the most effective method to lose weight on the long run, since it reduces stress and helps us control our urges to eat. It also makes us crave less fatty food and sweets.

Adaptable to new iPhone 5 and iPad Mini !!!

Training through mindfulness and meditation will help us:

• Calm our anxiety

• Increase our willpower

• Savor and enjoy our food

• Eat in peace

• Reduce the impulses that lead us into temptation

• Reduce Stress

This app will help you practice meditation and mindfulness in a simple way, without having to go to a class.

If you would like to try a new way to lose weight, try this app and see the results for yourself, you will be pleasantly surprised.

• Scientific studies

"Meditate daily for 8 weeks make significant changes in brain regions associated with memory, wellbeing and stress. " - Sara Lazar, Massachusetts General Hospital (United States)

"Through meditating, we are able to improve our well-beings and quality of life." - Dr. Britta Hölzel

"If we want to be truly happy, we must learn to exercise our brains regulary"- Richard Davidson, professor of psychology and psychiatry at the University of Wisconsin in Madison