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‘Master The Psychology of Weight Loss’ With The New Book By Dr. Iman Sadri

‘Master The Psychology of Weight Loss’ With The New Book By Dr. Iman Sadri
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Dr. Iman Sadri went from 201 pounds to 159 pounds in 18 weeks and has kept it off two years later. By cutting out starch based carbs such as bread, rice, pasta, fries and pizza and doing semi-intermittent fasting, Dr. Iman lost 42 pounds with no exercise. Dr. Iman shares his weight loss journey in his new book, Master The Psychology of Weight Loss (available on Amazon). Dr. Iman describes how to lose weight by mastering the mindset of weight loss. How to be anticipatory and intentful with what we eat. 

According to research by Harvard, two out of three U.S. adults in America are overweight or obese. Over 36 % of Americans are considered obese, which is quantified as having a BMI of 30 or more. Obesity is linked to many co-morbidities, including diabetes, heart disease, cancer and stroke, to name a few. As the saying goes, ‘You never see anyone above 85 in a nursing home.’  

As a dentist for over 15 years Dr. Iman Sadri diagnoses an alarmingly high rate of periodontal disease, linked heavily to diabetes. In a recent clinical study, over 74 % of Dr. Iman’s patients were diagnosed as having moderate periodontal disease or greater. Teeth get loose due to periodontal disease almost as the main culprit, not cavities. Coinci-dentally, pun intended, periodontal disease is found in higher rates among obese patients.  

MASTERING THE MINDSET OF WEIGHT LOSS   

‘Master The Psychology of Weight Loss’ With The New Book By Dr. Iman Sadri
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Dr. Iman teaches the principles that he applied to lose 42 pounds and keep it off three years later. Learn and Apply the concepts of : You’re Not Missing Out ….. How to be a Skinny Foodie……Digest Yourself to Lose Weight……Any Extra Fat is Your Next Meal……The Ramifications of Carbs Are Not Worth the Momentary Taste…..Semi-Intermittent Fasting (even with a Family)….No Bread, No Pasta, No Fries ….  Not a Burrito but a Burrito Bowl (with no Rice) …. The Research Shows : Skip Dinner Live Longer …. The Future Self Principle and others. 

Dr Iman Sadri went from 201 pounds (left) to 159 pounds by cutting out carbs + intermittent fasting.  

Dr. Iman describes how to stay disciplined to eat healthy and light every day. Using the Future Self Principle to visualize the ramifications of eating heavy and late, and The Water Balloon Effect. Dr. Iman explains how not eating after 5 PM can make the body digest its extra fat as fuel. If anyone is obese or overweight a challenging, yet possible task is to not eat when ‘hungry.’ At that moment when the stomach is growling, Dr. Iman describes how his body digested the extra fat on him as fuel. The moment of not eating when hungry, when someone is overweight or obese, is where the weight loss magic / science happens.  

 The Future Self Principle describes being anticipatory with what we eat. The overindulgence of eating heavy in the moment, especially a late dinner, satisfies tastebuds and cravings momentarily. The tomorrow morning body, however suffers and expands.   

Mastering the mindset of weight loss starts by deciding to lose weight. Dr. Iman goes through the

Dr. Iman Sadri’s podcast, The Dr. Iman Sadri Show on Spotify and Apple Music.  

‘Master The Psychology of Weight Loss’ With The New Book By Dr. Iman Sadri
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thoughts to think and the words to talk to ourselves during the moments of ‘hunger.’ Dr. Iman teaches how to create two vision boards, one of a finished result of an ideal body type and one that shows bi-monthly progress. Master The Psychology of Weight Loss with Dr. Iman Sadri’s new book on Amazon.  

https://www.amazon.com/Master-Psychology-Weight-Loss-Sadri/dp/B0BD24W3PQ/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=iman+sadri&qid=1687204569&s=falkor&sr=1-1 

Follow Dr. Iman Sadri on social media @DrImanSadri  

 

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