The Thin Woman’s Brain

Re-Wiring The Brain For Permanent Weight Loss

Today we are going to discuss the difference between the Food Addicts Brain and that of a Naturally Thin person, The difference between physical hunger and brain hunger, I am going to review the 4 steps she provides us to overcome food addiction, once and for all, and discuss HOW to eat mindfully which is the secret key to weight loss!

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This program is not something that you can commit to halfway and still expect to return to eating like naturally thing woman. If these concepts speak to you, you must commit yourself wholeheartedly and your investment will eradicate overeating once and for all.”

~ Dilia Suriel from The Thin Woman’s Brain

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Dilia Suriel

Dilia Suriel was trained as a scientist and majored in physics and mathematics at a prestigious university. After undergraduate school, she pursued a master’s degree first in electrical engineering, before finally settling into computer science. For her entire professional career, she has worked in the computer industry culminating in director-level at various international consulting engagements.
Ms. Suriel is a world-class analyst with an impressive track record of solving complex corporate problems and has worked in eight distinct cultures in South and North America. Ms. Suriel woke up one day knowing that she needed to use her talents to analyze the dieting hell that she endured for far too many years.
The Thin Woman’s Brain is not only an account of Ms. Suriel’s personal triumph in ending the insidious dieting cycle, but more importantly a passionate and thoroughly researched, scientifically-based explanation of what options women like Ms. Suriel have to return to their natural eating behaviors.

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