Why Diets Don’t Work – The Biological Weight Loss Trap – Guest Post by Nick Ortner

If there's one verifiable truth I've learned about weight loss over the last several years it's this…

Unless you change how your brain is wired, dieting won't work for you as a long term solution.

It's frustrating… but it's true…

You see, according to Stanford University, 97% of people who lose weight regain it, and more, within 3 years.


Yo-yo dieting is in fact dangerous in and of itself as it's linked to heart-disease, insulin resistance, higher blood pressure and inflammation.

If you're a regular dieter (or if you've given up on it altogether) I want to ask you, for your own health and mental sanity (because yes… dieting drives us all a little crazy) :), to read my sister Jessica's Tapping for Weight Loss eBook on this topic.

Lasting weight loss only happens when you have habits, wired in the brain, where you want to consistently eat well and exercise.

But if you're like most people, you have an ongoing mental battle to avoid eating the food you know you shouldn't as well as a battle to get yourself to move and exercise.

If you keep doing what you're doing, you'll do what 97% of people do, which is to fail and keep gaining weight.

But let me be clear: it's not your fault, it's how your brain is wired.

And… thankfully, there is something you can do about it. In this PDF eBook, Jessica will show you how to use Tapping to rewire the brain and how you can finally overcome the yo-yo dieting struggle.

Trust me… you want to read this eBook.

Why do I say that…?

Because not having that mental battle with food… is amazing. And wanting to move, to exercise, to feel strong in your body and to have fun doing it… is life-changing.

This eBook is a must-read for anybody who is sick and tired of dieting always failing them, who is exhausted by the mental battle with food and exercise, and who wants to experience that spiritual and emotional freedom.

Find the time to read this. It's worth it! 🙂

Until next time,
Keep Tapping!
Nick Ortner