Pittsburgh Hypnotist Dan Vitchoff Has Developed a Revolutionary New Hypnosis Weight Loss Program That Can Help Clients Eliminate Harmful GMOs from Their Diets
Pittsburgh Hypnotist Dan Vitchoff has developed a revolutionary new hypnosis program that is designed to help his clients improve their health and quality of life through eliminating genetically modified foods.
Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) January 14, 2014
General Mills recently announced that they are relabeling Original Cheerios to highlight that they are GMO Free which means that the ingredients are not genetically modified in any way. This has really brought the practice of using genetically modified ingredients in America’s food supply to the forefront of a major pubic health debate. It is no surprise that foods that are less processed are healthier but now, research has shown that these foods that include ingredients that have been genetically modified to resist pesticides and chemicals and grow bigger and faster also contain less nutrients causing people to eat more of these foods to try to obtain adequate levels of nutrition. Many scientists believe that this is a major cause of obesity in America. Ridding a person's diet of GMOs can be an extremely overwhelming task because they are so prevalent in America's food supply and many times, a person's taste buds have become so accustomed to the taste of processed foods that it may make the healthier choice seem less desirable.
Research from the non-profit Organic Center has found that the nutrient levels in Genetically Modified Crops in the US have dropped by 25% in the last 50 years. The adult obesity rate in the US has more than doubled in the last 50 years. Research shows that lab animals that were fed GM Foods such as corn and sugar ate more and were fatter than rats that were fed only non GM corn and sugar.
The Grocery Manufacturers Association in Washington reports that somewhere between 70 and 80 percent of the food consumed in the US contains genetically modified ingredients. Many people find it overwhelming and intimidating to think about eliminating genetically modified and processed foods out of there diet, to do so may require a complete lifestyle makeover. Pittsburgh Hypnotist Dan Vitchoff has developed a revolutionary new hypnosis program that is designed to help his clients improve their health and quality of life through eliminating genetically modified foods. The most common and most harmful forms of genetically modified foods are corn and sugar. Vitchoff helps his clients eliminate cravings for sugar, carbohydrates and processed foods such as fast foods and junk foods. Not only does he focus on eliminating the harmful genetically modified foods, he also helps his client create an overwhelming desire for fresh, healthy, organic foods which are more nutrient dense and help boost energy and expedite weight loss.
Pittsburgh area resident, Pat Gennellie had tried everything to lose weight and nothing worked until she began working with Dan Vitchoff at PA Hypnosis Center. Vitchoff helped her completely make over her diet and lifestyle to avoid unhealthy, processed foods including sugars, sweets and carbohydrates and create a desire for fresh healthy foods. Pat lost over 51 pounds over the past 5 months and went from a size 2X in women's clothing to a size 12 in Misses. She feels great and attributes her weight loss success to Dan Vitchoff's 33 Method Hypnosis Weight Loss Programs at PA Hypnosis Center.
Not only is Vitchoff the pioneer for this type of hypnosis program, he is also the Olympic Mental Training Coach known for the development of the “33 Method” used by Olympic Gold Medalists Glenn Eller and Vincent Hancock. Vitchoff has patented and trademarked the “33 Method” along with the Original Mind Gym which enables Vitchoff’s Professional Athletes, Olympic Athletes and Celebrity Clients to utilize Vitchoff’s Mental Training System on a daily basis.
For more information on Dan Vitchoff’s GMO Free Hypnosis Programs or to request an interview, please call 724-934-8446 or visit http://www.pahypnosiscenter.com.
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