Lose weight permanently
Without dieting, exercising or starving yourself
Say bye to frustration, forbidden foods, intense hunger, burning fitness exercises and heavy sweat!
Do you cherish the idea of losing weight but don’t feel like going through these? We are 100% with you!
To be totally honest with you, you’re right. It’s undoubtedly the correct way of doing things when we want to lose weight.
For long, we’ve been tyrannized by society making us think that doing “more, more and more” was a good thing: Come on, make more efforts at the gym and you’ll get more results, be more aware of what you eat and you’ll lose more weight…This doesn’t only apply to weight loss but to a lot of other fields. It’s a fact that affects everything.
The problem is that we are not machines. We are humans with a human body and a human mind. Both should always work side by side harmoniously and not fight each other to decide which one is going to take control.
Being a control freak about weight brings a growing frustration with time and is equal to stress for our organism:
Privation usually triggers an instant reaction into your metabolism: the “famine mode”. Extremely restrictive diets encourage your organism to think that your life is threatened. To help you “survive” it’s going to automatically slow things down: less energy, less calories are used for vital functions of the body. This is why conventional diets don’t work and often cause the popular yo-yo effect. You may lose weight at the beginning but you’ll gain it back automatically afterwards even with a relatively balanced diet.
Just as when you work out to get rid of these stubborn pounds:
You are going from a sedentary way of life to an active one, where you start exercising almost every day. You are inflicting a sudden intense stress to your organism, leaving it a poor amount of time to recover between each session. This stress and inflammation may lead the body to store more fats! Not really motivating when you look back at the efforts made…
At l’Institut Bicher, we think that the solution is not in overdoing things (whether it concerns your daily diet or exercise) but in balance and above all in kindness toward yourself.
We’ve created an innovative method based upon cognitive sciences and neurosciences developments.
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A. Pascual-Leone, N. Dang, L. G. Cohen, J. P. Brasil-Neto, A. Cammarota et M. Hallett, 1995, « Modulation of muscle responses evoked by transcranial magnetic stimulation during the acquisition of new fine motor skills » Journal of Neurophysiology, 74(3): 1037-45
Professor Traci Mann from the University of Minnesota, author of « Secrets from the eating lab »
McGill University : Planning and visualization lead to better food habits - https://www.mcgill.ca/channels/news/planning-and-visualization-lead-better-food-habits-172096
McGill University : The mental work behind medals - https://mcgillnews.mcgill.ca/s/1762/news/interior.aspx?sid=1762&gid=2&pgid=1129
Results may vary from one person to another and are not guaranteed.
This is not a medical advice and cannot replace a consultation with a doctor.
This is not a press release, but an advertisement for the products of the brand Institut Bicher.
This weight loss method doesn’t guarantee miraculous results. It has not been clinically proven but is based upon approaches approved by various scientific studies.