A Pacemaker For Your Appetite? I Don’t Think So.

Hmmm . . . I saw the story on this the other day. It’s very expensive ($10,000 to $40,000 which is a huge spread), the results are only 8.5% better than a placebo (i.e. the same device implanted but not doing anything), and they aren’t real sure how it works.

Not to mention it doesn’t address any of the nutritional issues, exercise issues or emotional issues related to weight gain/loss.

It does eliminate the need for the user to make any changes to what they are doing that got them to the place that there are today – so there’s that . . .

Or you can spend less than a tenth of what this gadget might cost (on the low end of the scale) and lose up to 30 pounds in 30 days, gain good nutritional habits and information that you can use for the rest of your life AND have some one to mentor and coach you for 60 days along your journey.

That seems like a much better deal to me – but I’m biased since I’m one of the success stories too 🙂

Here’s the LINK to the story.

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