“I lost 100lbs by changing my diet, taking regular exercise and using a Malory Band!”
Tina Oliver, Harrogate UK
IT’S TIME FOR A NEW APPROACH TO WEIGHT LOSS
Science tells us that dieting is not sustainable, and does not work long term. If you embark on a diet you are more likely to gain more weight in the long run.
That’s the bad news. Here’s the good news…
Reducing portion size and having a constant reminder of when you have had enough to eat can help you to lose weight and keep it off. Have you ever lost weight but it all piled back on (and more?). That’s because dieting is not sustainable. It’s time to adopt a new approach to eating, food and weight loss.
So what if we told you that there is a natural, safe and non-invasive new way to lose weight, and keep it off? Well, it’s called Malory Band, and it might be just the thing you have been looking for.
WHY DIETS DON’T WORK
Malory Band wants to share the real reasons that diets don’t work and why you find it so hard to lose weight and keep it off.
And more importantly you could discover a simple, safe and new way to achieve weight loss and say goodbye to unwanted body weight, and you can start today.
You’ll see how being constantly reminded about the quantity of food you are eating will help to reduce your portion size. You will learn how you are in control of your weight loss and every pound you lose. You probably think you have seen and heard it all before when it comes to weight loss, but we guarantee you you have never seen a product like this, and you will be amazed but it’s simplicity and effectiveness.
Before we go any further let us assure you this has nothing to do with diet pills, shakes, meal substitutes, restrictive diets or weird exercise machines.
This is something completely different and you’re going to love it!
SOMETHING ABOUT DIETING YOU MAY NOT KNOW
Dieting is actually more likely to make us feel hungry and deprived of food. As a result, we become more focused on getting food and eating it. Our appetite grows! Hunger is a sensation that represents the physiological need to eat food. In contrast, satiety is the absence of hunger; it is the sensation of feeling full. Appetite is another sensation experienced with eating; it is the desire to eat food.
But there is another way to help control how much we eat, without going hungry. Satiety is the feeling of fullness after eating that suppresses the urge to eat for a period of time after a meal. Such feelings of fullness can play an important role in controlling how much we eat. If we feel really full or ‘satiated’ after a meal then we are likely to go much longer before we feel hungry and may eat less at the next meal. But, if we do not feel very full then we are likely to get hungry again more quickly and may be tempted to snack or eat more at the next meal. So, if we can understand how to enhance these feelings of fullness or ‘satiety’, this may help to control how much we eat.
Satiety is controlled by a number of factors that begin when a food or drink is consumed and continue as the food enters the gut and is digested and absorbed. Signals feed into specific areas of the brain in response to the expansion of the stomach, our sensory responses and the brain’s perceptions of the food and drink consumed. Hormonal signals are released in response to the digestion and absorption of nutrients. There are also hormones that tell the brain how much fat we have stored in the body, which affect satiety over the longer term. These signals are integrated in areas of the brain involved in the regulation of energy intake, which lead to the feeling of satiety.
Although we can feel the stomach filling up as we eat, it can take 15-20 minutes after food is first eaten, for the full range of satiety signals to reach the brain. By this time and for some time afterwards we will experience feelings of fullness.
Despite these sophisticated mechanisms that exist to control energy intake, we often still eat when we feel full or refrain from eating when hungry.
TRANSFORM YOUR WEIGHT LOSS RESULTS
Imagine how much faster and easier you could lose weight if you ate whatever you liked (in smaller portions) but you knew when you had had enough. Can you picture how much slimmer, and flatter your stomach would become and how much healthier and sexier you would feel? Well you can make this your reality today, just like all of the real, everyday women you have seen. There is now a new solution to providing spectacular results.
And it’s called Malory Band. Malory Band provides the motivation to eat more healthily, and to eat less, It helps ensure that once you’ve lost weight, the inches won’t creep back on. Additionally, it encourages core stability which improves your posture.
The size of your waist as an indicator of your general health is a concept widely accepted by the medical profession. Where a person stores their fat is vital to their risk of developing conditions such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease and certain types of cancer. In short, a person can be at risk from the above diseases by way of a large waist, even if they don’t appear overweight.
MISSION : UNLOCK YOUR REAL BODY SIZE
Underneath the extra weight you carry, is the real you trying to get out!
THE ULTIMATE WEIGHT LOSS BLOG
If you have the right approach and mindset, we believe your weight loss will far more successful. We hope our blog offers you some helpful tips!
We’d like to introduce someone we’re very proud of. Our friend, Tina, is one of the most inspiration women we have ever met. She made a physical transformation, shedding a breathtaking 100lbs of undesirable body fat using a Malory Band eating healthily and exercising.
However, as impressive as that was, what stands out the most to her family and friends is that her physical transformation led to a personal transformation that finally enabled her to live as the confident, proud, beautiful woman everyone saw her to be.
99% of people who lose weight will pile it all back on again, and more, in the following 12 months or so.
The diet clubs rely on these people to keep their businesses alive!
If you are serious about losing weight and keeping it off, take a leaf out of Tina’s book. She has lost over 100lbs and this time, it’s not going to find its way back on.