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Archive for July, 2009

Feeling Ten Years Younger! Lost 15 LBs – 25 to go!

parkLionOkay so I’m ready to update on my progress. As I mentioned in earlier posts, I’d lost two hundred pounds only to face some health challenges which made me regain 40-50 pounds of what I’d lost. My new goal had been to lose forty pounds – and well you can make that 25 now. Over the past few weeks I’ve managed to lose fifteen pounds! My goal is 2-3 pounds a week, and thanks to the Cancun Diet and hypnosis I’m moving towards my goal, pretty easily. I listen to my tapes twice a day! Feels good to just take that time for myself. It’s like a spa for my mind. Ahhhhhhhh. I feel so energized, focused and refreshed afterwards!

But I’ll tell you what’s making it easier than ever: physically feeling GREAT!

You see, My BODY feels SO wonderfully amazing! Losing those first ten pounds I literally feel ten years younger! Listen, since regaining those forty-odd pounds I had been suffering joint pain very bad (especially the lower back, knees, and ankles), and glucosamine and msm didn’t help one iota. I was in joint pain whenever I walked, got up from the sofa, got out of the car…taking stairs had become a step-at-a-time venture. I worried that I was headed towards immobility. Pain is an debilitating energy-zapper!

But now, I have NO Pain anymore since losing that ten pounds. I am so relieved. I couldn’t imagine the difference losing just ten pounds could make!!! Believe me if you had told me that losing ten pounds would make this kind of difference, I wouldn’t have believed it. But it’s true!! There is a difference today in my energy level, the way I carry myself, my confidence, even the rest I get from sleep!

Nothing can entice me to backtrack from my goals! There is a saying, “What has been seen, can never be unseen.” I have seen the pain, and the difference losing a few pounds can make! I am SO inspired to take this all the way!!!!

You can join me on this journey. Whether you have ten, or a hundred pounds to lose, we can do it together! Call me to schedule a free evaluation, (760) 233-8800. We have private, or Saturday afternoon group sessions available.

I am such an advocate for this! My life has been changed wonderfully and I am a stand for you to find your freedom, too!

Hypnotically yours,
Gina Fox, CHT

FOX Hypnosis / Hypnosis Training International – since 1999.
120 West Grand Avenue, Suite # 204
Escondido, California 92025
(760) 233-8800

Afternoon Saturday Group Added

Our AM Saturday weight loss group is completely booked so we are going to open a second session, in the afternoon, which will meet from 1:00 to 2:30. It’s the fastest hour and a half ever, because we are a fun, supportive bunch.

Whether you want to lose 10 pounds or 100, this group addresses your individual issues.

The class is made up of four parts.

Maximize focus and commitment.
Redefine self-image.
Adopt new relationship with nutrition and exercise.
Hypno-programming for motivation and success.

At the first session each new member will receive a copy of our exclusive Cancun Diet Plan, and an amazing take-home hypnosis CD.

Please call (760) 233-8800 for a free evaluation. Private sessions also available. Since 1999.

Hypnotically yours,

Gina Fox, CHT
HypnoLean Groups
120 West Grand Avenue, Suite # 204
Escondido, California 92025
(760) 233-8800


Back to Aspirin. Tylenol Is Bad News For Liver.

To help reduce the incidence of liver damage, an FDA advisory panel recommended lowering the recommended daily dose of acetaminophen (in medications such as Tylenol and NyQuil) and banning, or at least severely restricting, Vicodin, Percocet and other prescription drugs that combine acetaminophen with narcotics. The panel is recommending lowering the maximum daily dose from the current 4,000 mg to 2,600 mg. Since acetaminophen is an ingredient in more than 300 over-the-counter and prescription medications, patients must be careful to stay within the recommended dose to avoid liver complications. While the FDA is not bound to follow the advice of advisory panels, they often do so.

M. Beck, “Taking Pains with a Painkiller”, Wall Street Journal, D1, July, 7, 2009

“FDA advisers vote to take Vicodin, Percocet off market”