Lose weight safely
Offer ends: 13 January 2021
Emotional eating brought on by anxiety is a major reason why more and more people are overweight. The more pressurised life becomes, the more people turn to food to make themselves feel better.
Worst of all, stress and emotional eating have an extraordinary effect on our food habits, making us reach for the unhealthy stuff. So many people are trapped in a vicious cycle of Stress – Hunger – Binge – Guilt – Stress.
Over the past ten years, the clinically proven and medically endorsed Slimpod programme has helped thousands of people to lose weight easily without relying on dieting or willpower.
The Slimpod programme is not a diet or an eating plan. Over 12 weeks it uses unique voice recordings and online video coaching to change the way you think and feel about food and takes the emotion out of eating.
In just 9 minutes a day, Slimpod reverses bad habits, resets your relationship with food and retrains the brain to instinctively make consistently healthy choices. This is done with a cutting edge mixture of unconscious persuasion, neuroscience, modern psychology, behavioural science and neuro-linguistic programming (NLP).
Now for a limited time only, you can experience the magic of Slimpod FREE for 10 days. You’ll have full access to the revolutionary programme with no obligation to continue once the trial ends. But we’re sure you’ll want to (nine out of 10 people do).
After the trial, you’ll pay just £33 a month for three months, with nothing more to pay. Slimpod comes with a no-risk 30-day money-back guarantee.
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