I have just made booking for hypnosis much easier and quicker whether this is for follow up appointments, new appointments or you are an existing client who wants help with something extra.
Simply go to http://quitquickadelaide.com/book-here/
And you can find an appointment that suits you without wasting time playing phone tag. We both get an email confirming your visit. It’s so easy.
I have also brought out significantly discounted pricing for pre-paid bundles of sessions so that people who need several appointments like for weightloss, anxiety, help with study, diabetes, and illnesses like cancer, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis and others. The details are on the same page.
For out of town clients needing ongoing appointments, once we have had on face to face session the rest can be very effectively done online or even by phone – I do this often and it truly is effective.
Another extra for you now is that I finally got through all the red tape and am registered as a provider for the private health funds although not all cover hypnotherapy.
Coping with life on the run
Staying healthy and a healthy weight while eating out at restaurants can be a challenge so here are some tips to help you eat better when you need to eat out a lot.
Eating the wrong foods can make you much more tired and bloated.
Typical fast foods and other away from home foods are:
Sandwich or burger — the bread is usually the unhealthiest part of this
fries or chips — source of deadly trans fats which seem to come with everything
soda or other sweetened drinks — mostly have harmful high fructose corn syrup
A MUCH smarter alternative for a leaner, healthier body is very simply this:
A steak, chicken breast, or fish piece (this avoids the refined wheat of a sandwich)
veggies or salad (much better choice than fries or chips)
unsweetened iced tea or water with lemon (and no diet drinks — unless you enjoy drinking carcinogenic poisonous artificial sweetener chemicals).
I find that nearly all restaurants will swop the chips for salad or more green vegies if I ask them and my usual takeaway meal if I have to be out is from a chicken shop – a cooked portion (usually a leg for me) and some salad with water.
I also take food with me and when there is no chicken shop, I buy a wrap or if I bring one from home I use seaweed wrap from an Asian shop.