How I Control My Appetite at Night With Soup! Leptin and CCK Levels – The Science of Such

Hello, My name is George M., and I am a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, with a degree in Biology/Neuroscience. During my studies at Penn, I did much research on the brain and the various neurotransmitters in the brain.

My own experience led me to do more research on the protein called leptin, and the chemical in the body called CCK. Mastery of these two factors will lead you to mastery of your hunger centers in your body. You will learn to control hunger in a completely natural way.

I call this article “Mind Control Soup” for various reasons… The hypothalamus in the brain controls the hunger and emotional centers of the CNS or central nervous system.

If fixed this with a recipe that calls for the activation of CCK, a hormone in the brain that controls appetite. This hormone influence the protein levels of leptin, a protein in the body that makes one feel full or hungry.

When leptin levels are depleted, one can expect massive or out of control hunger.

My soups and stews help remedy this situation in an all-in-one meal! You get everything with my soups and stews: protein, good low glycemic carbs, plenty of fiber, vegetables galore, water and hydration, and most important for those of you who want to lose fat but still eat as much as possible — hyper adequate nutrition and mental focus.

But most important, you get appetite control, which is the topic of this article.

Here is an example of a completely Original and Non-Sourced Recipe I have created on my own in my own kitchen all by myself on my stove that really works for me, and I thought I’d like to share it with you too!:

Here are the tips, strategies, and principle foundations of my recipe… called Split Pea n’ Corn with Broccoli, that you can use today to get the same results of huger control that I got.

Any local grocery store will be sure to have the following… 8 cups of water, 1 pound of dried split peas, 2 cups of frozen corn, 1 head of fresh broccoli (or 2 cups of frozen), 1 teaspoon of Himalayan rock salt, 1 teaspoon of organic pepper, 6 cloves of organic garlic

My own personal Instructions are the following: Make sure the split peas boil for at least 10 minutes, then turn down the heat to medium and let simmer for 30 minutes. You can double this batch and freeze your servings. Refrigerated servings will last for 1 week. Frozen servings will last for 1 month.

My personal training Harrisburg [http://www.amazingpersonaltraining.com] clients LOVE this recipe, and I thought I’d share it with you. I also just shared this with my Hershey fitness [http://www.builtnatural.com] team, and everyone has been amazed at the hunger-control results they got with this strategy!

George

George M. is a graduate of the Univer

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Tae Bo DVD – The Ultimate Fitness Guide

Billy Blank’s Tae Bo DVD includes instructional workout videos related to different levels for your convenience. The levels include basic, advanced and even 8-minutes workout. Everything has been put in a single disc so that it is easy for you to follow. Instructions are given in English and the DVD is available at affordable price.

The DVD serves as the ultimate guide to your fitness. It contains brief warm-up and cool down exercises to guide you through your fitness control in a proper way. The advanced Tae-Bo also includes the 18 minutes of muscle crunching floor work. Very clear and concise step by step guidelines are given so that you can follow it properly. Each exercise has different background music to relax your mind. The instructions are clear and there is written manual that also comes with this DVD so that people with impaired hearing sense can also fully understand the importance of each and every fitness workout step that Billy shows.

There are a number of videos that Billy offers. Following are some of them:

-Free Style Funky Video
-Celebrity Fit
-AMPED Rocking Video
-Postnatal Power Workout
-Billy’s Boot Camp Elite
-The Power Within

You can purchase these from various online outlets and even onsite DVD and sports’ stores. They are available at cost-effective prices. Each and every video has been tailored to meet the needs and requirements of specific group of people such as the pregnant women can go with the postnatal power workout to keep fit during their pregnancy. It was never that easy to buy fitness guides before!

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Monitor and Control

The other day I was talking with a client about prospecting and target markets. He mentioned that one of his targets is random – it’s not so easy to prospect to. Now there are things he can do to gain visibility and he does those things. However, this particular target market is difficult to prospect directly.

It got me thinking about prospecting. In many industries there are targets we sell to that are difficult to prospect. The need is not planned. People deal with it when it comes up. There are ways we can be sure we are marketing to this group so they gain awareness of us. But, to actually prospect to them? Not so easy or sensible.

What to do? Monitor the things you can’t prospect and control the things you can. Let’s take a look.

Monitor

First of all you should identify all of your target markets. Then determine how to market to each of them. Some, of course, will have the same marketing plan. While you are examining this aspect of your sales and marketing plan, identify if any of your targets are difficult to prospect. This means they are not necessarily people or organizations that you can get a meeting with ahead of their need. An example of this is if you are a banquet center and do a lot of memorial services. It’s not exactly something you can prospect. You don’t traditionally pitch the event to people, in the event someone close to them passes away. You can, however, market to them through strategic partnerships with funeral homes, florists, and the like.

Past your strategic relationships the most you can do in a situation like this is monitor the effectiveness of those relationships and the pieces of business you are realizing from this target market. Prospecting doesn’t fit.

Control

We always feel better about the things we can control, the things that aren’t random. So this is where your energy is best spent. We’ve gone through the target market exercise. Now you have clarity about WHO your prospective clients are. You’ve ruled out the random ones who you can’t really market to.

It’s time to create a plan to prospect to the others. Determine the best way to prospect to these markets. Now I believe you should pick one target market to concentrate on. We have greater control when we can focus. When you pick the first target market you want to prospect, it will become clear HOW to prospect directly to them. You want to get your message in front of them and gain a meeting.

Set up the steps you will take, implement the plan and then monitor it for results. You see, monitoring comes into play a lot in business. In this situation monitoring helps you maintain control! You can identify what is working and what isn’t working. If a process is working, keep it; if it isn’t, change it or trash it. You don’t have to be victim to random. You CAN control how effective you are at reaching your goals when you continue to monitor your process.

Some people just go along with a flow and don’t take the time to nail down a prospecting process. They really are victim to the random – IF someone connects them; IF someone reaches out to them. I don’t know about you but that would make me really nervous. You can’t count on other people’s decisions. You have to take action. THIS is how you maintain control over your success.

So, take a look at your prospecting and marketing. Do you have a process set down in writing that you are following? If yes, are you also monitoring it’s effectiveness? For those things that you can’t control, are you doing the things that you can do to influence them? Do what you can, accept what you can’t control, and monitor everything. Your odds of succeeding will multiply.

Diane Helbig is a Professional Coach, and the president of Seize This Day Coaching. She works one-o

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