Lose weight and keep it off...with the Virtual Gastric Band
An ABC News investigative reporter conducted a follow-up segment featuring our gastric band hypnosis client.
She lost 42 lbs. and 32 inches!
Here is the original story that was seen cross the United States:
What is the Virtual Gastric Band? Losing Weight when you have no will-power is not an easy route to take. If you have tried to lose weight only to find that you haved piled more on, then you should think about losing weight the safe way, by having a Virtual Gastric Band.
A Virtual Gastric Band allows you to be convinced that your stomach has been shrunk down to the size of a golf ball, where you will have all of the feelings and benefits of a Gastric Band without the risk and discomfort that invasive surgeries bring, and you will still lose weight.
In your initial session, you will be provided with guidance to aid you with the psychological impact of your Gastric Band, as well as with your past relationship with food. This will enhance your weight loss process.
Click the videos below to view the testimonials from some of our satisfied Virtual Gastric Band recipients!
This is not a diet. This will, however, change the way you think about food. The four-week program encourages individuals to be satisfied on smaller amounts of food and to exercise.
Click the player below to hear an unsolicited audio testimonial from one of our VERY satisfied Virtual Gastric Band recipients!
Don't accept any substitutes. The Sanders Hypnosis Center is proud to be the first in the United States to offer the Granger Virtual Gastric Band™ program. While you may have heard of other imitators, our approach is the ONLY clinically trialed Gastric Band Hypnosis program in existence. For more information about the Granger Virtual Gastric Band and the recent UK study, view the video below.
What are some of the benefits of the Virtual Gastric Band?
1. It is cost effective.
2. No complications.
3. No invasive surgery
4. No fears about having surgery
5. No time off from work
In addition to the UK's BBC News report about Sheila Granger's successful clinical trial of her Virtual Gastric Band, the media is buzzing about the great Gastric Band Hypnosis practices across the United States and beyond:
Have you thought about having a Gastric Band fitted or Gastric Bypass Surgery? Do you think that having a Gastric Band fitted, which is an invasive procedure and can cause discomfort and has cost lives will change your attitude to only eating when you are hungry?
Interest in Gastric Bands and Gastric Bypass Surgery has increased with celebrity admissions such as Sharon Osbourne, Roseanne Barr, Al Roker, and Carnie Wilson, all who have publicly admitted they have used the Gastric Band or the Gastric Bypass procedure to lose weight. But is the Gastric Bypass or Gastric Band Surgery procedure 100% safe, the answer is NO!
Are you aware of the the risks involved with Gastric Bypass and Gastric Band Surgery? According to a study by researchers at the University of Washington, it was found that 1 in 50 people die within one month of having gastric bypass surgery, and that figure jumps nearly fivefold if the surgeon is inexperienced. Gastric Band Surgery is also extremely risky. Not only has this procedure caused discomfort with patients, but it has also claimed the lives of Gastric band patients including the life of Bernadette Reid, Suzanne Murphy 29, and Marilyn Wardrop 54, just to name a few. One life lost to an unnecessary and invasive procedure is one life to many.
There is a range of post-operative problems reported with gastric bands, and over 80% of patients will experience one or more of the following symptoms:
Nausea and vomiting (50%)
Reflux or regurgitation of food (35%)
Slipped band (25%)
Obstruction or blockage (15%)
Weight gain - Unless you follow the diet and exercise regimen that is given to you. Of course, if you followed this regimen before having the surgery then you would have lost weight regardless. So why have this unnecessary operation in the first place?
Other complications include:
Erosion (where the band literally migrates through the stomach wall)
Malposition of the band - causes a kink in the stomach
Problems with the port and/or tube connecting the port to the band Internal bleeding Infection
If these complications cause you serious discomfort your band may need to be adjusted or removed. This involves further surgery, exposing you to all the associated risks once again.
The Virtual Gastric Band is the right choice. Make the call today - 443.494.9766.
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