By Caroline L.
Lose weight sustainably
Without dieting, without working out, and without starving yourself
Based on advances in cognitive science and neuroscience over the past few decades, Institut Bicher has developed a surprising method for losing weight, that has nothing to do with what you eat.
Called Equilibra Mind, this method uses the incredible power of your brain to enhance your body's fat burning process.
Since it's not a part of the body directly involved in digestion, the brain is normally ignored in all traditional weight loss methods. However, these methods are generally far from being satisfactory and they're not bringing desired results. So why not look elsewhere for explanations and consider another approach to weight loss?
What could your brain possibly have to do with the stubborn pounds around your hips and tummy area?
Your eating habits, genetics and daily activities have a direct impact on your metabolism. Therefore, the fat storing process in your body is not just the act of calories in minus calories burned.
Based on this principle, it is quite possible to utilize your brain to modify your metabolism and the fat storing process.
The Equilibra Mind solution - lose weight in just 15 minutes per day, without frustration, without working out - involves modifying your metabolism
Your metabolism is then boosted to accelerate your weight loss.
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WHAT YOU WILL SEE IN THIS VIDEO :
Institut Bicher: well-being for your body and mind
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.