The Weight Control Workout
Seven minutes - daily
Significant weight gain tends to take place at particular
times in life: men tend to gain weight between the ages of twenty-five
and forty, with a significant increase after the age of 40; women tend to gain
weight after their twenties, during pregnancy, and during menopause. Yet the
most common reason for weight gain is eating too many calories and not being
able to metabolize or burn them off. These excess calories are then stored in
the body as fat.
The weight control workout
stimulates the organs of the digestive system that help regulate nutritional
intake and speed up the elimination processes. Start with the first reflex area
listed below on the left hand, then move over to the same area on the right
hand. Co-ordinate the pressure with your breathing and visualize the parts of
the body you are stimulating.
1. The solar plexus reflexes. 2. The stomach reflexes. 3. The pancreas reflexes.
4. The gall bladder reflex. 5. The adrenal gland reflexes. 6. The intestine