John Gabriel, a Wall Street broker, managed to lose 220 lbs without dieting or intense physical training. His tips have helped thousands of people, from over 60 countries, get rid of excess weight. His clients have lost weight by fighting stress and regulating their hormonal balance in accordance with his system.
At Boredpanda, we got curious about John’s method and decided to share it with you. It’s simple and easy. However, be careful with following recommendation from #7, especially if you have gastrointestinal issues.
John began to gain weight in 1990 and there was no specific reason for why it was happening.
In 2001, he weighed 400 lbs. By this time, he had tried different diets, worked with the best nutrition experts, like Robert Atkins and Nathan Pritikin, but he was wasting his time and money. After losing 11 lbs, he’d gain 15 lbs back, and then he’d try to lose weight again, but the weight returned to him in an even bigger quantity. Physical training was also ineffective for him because John was always very hungry after intense exercise.
On September 11, 2001 he accidentally missed his flight from Newark which was hijacked after it took off. This event made him stop and completely reevaluate his life. John realized that he was killing himself at a job he hated, instead of living his life the way he really wanted. He decided to never diet again and to research the human body instead. John read incessantly about how hormones, neurotransmitters, and enzymes affected body weight.
John concluded that diets don’t work the way they should. When we limit our food, the body begins to think that we are starving. This is why when we finish dieting, the body starts to rapidly gain all its weight back, sometimes even more than we had before.
To lose weight, you need to stop counting calories and work on creating an ideal hormonal environment instead. Since stress, anxiety, and emotional problems can ruin this inner balance, you need to not only take care of your body, but also your peace of mind.
John says that overeating is not the reason for weight gain, but the consequence of emotional issues. John’s reasons for being overweight were stress at work, conflicts with his partner, and financial difficulties.
1. He gave up on dieting completely.
John found out that his body was lacking a few nutrients like proteins and Omega-3 fatty acids. He provided his body with everything it needed. He also noticed that his body preferred healthy foods that were full of vitamins and minerals… Show More
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