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Sheila Granger’s Virtual Gastric Band Hypnotherapy

The Virtual Gastric Band

The Virtual Gastric Band is a remarkable weight loss programme, and one which Sheila Granger pioneered in the UK. As the name suggests, the system utilises the concept of a “virtual” gastric band and clinical hypnotherapy. It successfully harnesses the power that every individual holds within them to make changes to their lives. Many clients have benefited from The Virtual Gastric Band therapy

 

Virtual Gastric Banding in action

So, what is it?

The Virtual Gastric Band is a non-surgical technique which uses the power of hypnosis to retrain you to be satisfied with smaller amounts of food. It changes how you think about food and gives very safe, very predictable results.

The clinical hypnotherapy convinces the brain that the stomach is full after a certain level of intake, and that there is no need for more food.

Conducted over 4 weeks, each of the 4 sessions are tailored to you individually. Using a combination of hypnotherapy, NLP and cognitive behavioural therapy your eating habits change and you lose weight permanently, safely and naturally.

Virtual Gastric Banding takes its name from the medical procedure called Gastric Banding, which surgically reduces the physical size of the stomach to achieve weight loss. But the Virtual Gastric Band can be undertaken quickly and privately, without the lengthy delay of hospital waiting lists, and of course carries no costly invasive surgery, no risks and no on-going medical treatment.

The history of Virtual Gastric Band Therapy.

Sheila Granger developed her Virtual Gastric Band hypnotherapy program to improve her clients prospects of experiencing significant weight loss using hypnotherapy.

Does this Virtual Gastric Band therapy work?

Trials in the UK have been extremely successful. In the first trial 24 of the 25 participants successfully lost weight with a combined weight loss of 88.9kg in 3 weeks, only one participant did not lose weight.  More trial results with the National Health Service are pending.

For Frequently Asked Questions go to the VGB button and click on FAQ.

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