Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Is Paul McKenna's "I Can Make You Thin" a SCAM?

If you haven’t seen it yet, there’s a new show on TLC called “I Can Make You Thin”.

It’s hosted by professional hypnotherapist and Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) specialist Paul McKenna.

Mr. McKenna promises that he can teach you how to lose weight without will power. He accomplishes this by teaching four simple steps that he states will fundamentally change the way you view and eat food.

Now that’s a pretty big statement.

I’m usually VERY skeptical about anyone that comes up with some new and fantastic weight loss method.

99% of the time it’s snake oil.

But I have to admit, after watching the first episode of this program I was actually pretty impressed. There are some similarities between myself and Mr. McKenna in our approaches to weight loss.

The four steps that Mr. McKenna’s method contains do consist of some very valuable information. However, there are certain things he preaches that I do take exception to.

In case you missed this program, or you don’t have access to it, you will want to check back here often over the coming days.

In the next few posts I am going to review each of Mr. McKenna’s steps, and give my unbiased review as to weather they are something that you should consider implementing into your life, or better off left alone.

In fact, many of these ideas that I will touch on are the perfect compliment to the Go Sleeveless Program.
By implementing these tactics with the goal of reducing flabby arms, you could easily amplify your results, and change even faster.

So keep checking back to learn more about my thoughts on Mr. McKenna's program and learn a few secrets about how to you can make some major improvements in your body today.