Lose The Fat Between Your Ears

HEART PLAN weight loss logoLose The Fat Between Your Ears.
Ideas to weigh less – to live life more.

by Boyd Jentzsch

Scientists have long known that 90-95 % of all fat accumulation is between your ears.

weight loss motivationIf you can lose the fat between your ears, your weight will come down steadily.

In all your efforts to lose weight, it is not what you don’t know that is causing your weight gain, and inability to get it off.

What is sabotaging your weight loss is what you already know, that is wrong.

If you are thinking about going on a diet to lose weight, and you want to keep it off permanently, you need to go on a diet that loses the fat between your ears first. Otherwise you will just yo-yo your weight.

Would losing the “fat’ between your ears make your day lighter?

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-by Boyd Jentzsch

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Boyd, a recovering Attorney, turned to weight loss research 20 years ago when he lost his mother to the lifelong effects of obesity. He has spent the ensuing years searching the science, and formulating a comprehensive metabolic map of the body — the only complete map of its kind. The map reveals the causes and effects of obesity and related chronic lifestyle diseases. It shows the only proven pathways to preventing and losing excess weight. From that unique foundation, he and his team created a weight loss education program that has helped tens of thousands to lose weight and keep it off. Plus, they created innovative and fun fitness and nutrition education programs for elementary school children, proven to reduce the early bio-markers for childhood obesity. HEART PLAN is a collection of his observations over the years of the emotional impact and motivational challenges nearly everyone faces when trying to keep lost weight off permanently.

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  1. i think, no wait i know that is my problem.. my head wants to lose weight, but it tricks itself into not wanting to… good reminder..

  2. Very good point. It is arming ourselves with the proper knowledge and knowing how to put it into play.

  3. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says

    You’re right and that is definitely the issue in my case.

  4. It’s a good point. Thanks for sharing this with us.

  5. Never though about it like that. That is very true and must be my problem in my case. =(

  6. It’s really important to have an open mind when it comes to weight loss. Some of the things we already know can hinder it.

  7. It’s really important to have an open mind since most of the things about weight loss would be new to you. This would help you adopt a different mindset.

  8. So much about weight loss is in your head. Stop preventing yourself from acting!

  9. Thanks for sharing this information. I appreciate you sharing!

  10. Good point. I can’t comment on this much because I’ve always wanted to gain weight growing up. Fortunately metabolism caught up with me after kids and I’m at my ideal weight now. 🙂

  11. It’s important to lose weight, all it takes is hard work and motivation.

  12. We need to take better care of ourselves especially if we want to be there for our families.

  13. I def, need to work on my will power. I start and quit diets constantly!

  14. Interesting…good point. My problem is my head.

  15. That’s a great way of looking at it. Weight loss starts with your head!

  16. That’s part of the reason why I call weight loss “eating healthier” or “getting in shape” rather than saying I’m going on a diet. The word diet makes me feel deprived, like I CAN’T have the foods I want to have. When I think of it as trying to be healthier, I don’t feel guilty for overindulging every once and a while, as long as I just go to the gym the next day.

  17. What a great article! You really do have to get your head right first. I’ll be checking out the links you featured. Thanks!

  18. I agree. Very interesting article. I think it’s all a mindset.

  19. So true. My mind definitely needs to get it right. Thanks for the tips.

  20. Thats a great way to put it, I never thought about it like that. I need to work on my will power as well 🙁

  21. That photo definitely a shocker…makes you think about losing weight for sure. I need to lose 20 lbs by next month – YIKES!!!

  22. I think people should start losing unwanted fats just because they are surrounded by people who loves them, and do not want to lose them.

  23. Haha, ever thought of it that way! Definitely true, though!

  24. A fathead is the first hurdle, you’re right!

  25. Definitely true. All about brain and willpower. Although I’ve tried hypnosis (a version of) and even that worked the wrong way for me!

  26. Melissa Smith says

    Talk about a post to get you thinking! But I totally agree that you have to be in the right mindset for the weight to really be able to come off. A treadmill is pointless if you’re thinking about donuts! LOL

  27. If we think it we can achieve it. Great points in your post, thank you for sharing.

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