Lose weight sustainably
Without dieting, without working out and without starving yourself
From the founder of Institut Bicher: "My name is Elodie Bicher and for many years I suffered with weight problems. For a long time, I had to deal with unsightly little rolls of fat that clung to my stomach. I had tried many different "miracle" methods and diets, with no real results. I was frustrated, discouraged, disgusted and sometimes even ashamed of myself...until I lost 20 pounds, almost without realizing it. As it turned out, I had developed my own method without even knowing it! Today, I share my method with thousands of women, around the world, so they can put their weight problems behind them for good."
If you would also like to get rid of your excess belly fat, read the following :
Many men and women suffer from excess belly fat (quite often called a gut). But different factors can explain why these extra pounds tend to find themselves stuck around your middle, seemingly impossible to get rid of :
So should you give up? No! Because visceral fat is the most harmful kind of fat to have on your body. In addition to lowering your self-esteem, it's a dangerous for your health. It wraps around your organs, making you more likely to develop serious health problems such as high blood pressure, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, or heart attacks.
Whatever the reasons for your excess belly fat, it is possible to take steps to change it.
The method developed by Elodie Bicher allows you to get rid of the excess weight stored around your abdomen by boosting your metabolism. Her approach is based on cognitive science and neuroscience - making its approach revolutionary for weight loss.
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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.