CUTV News Welcomes Exhale Weight Program Originator Jo-Anne Eadie

CUTV News today announced Jo-Anne Eadie as a featured guest on CUTV News. Jo-Anne joins Jim Masters in the CUTV News Studio to discuss how to lose weight, keep it off and stay healthy.

We all aspire to live happier, healthier lives, but when it comes to our weight, that’s easier said than done. There are so many temptations, and with our busy schedules, we often feel we don’t have the time to eat right, exercise, meditate and do what it takes to stay healthy.

So many people use emotions with their food. Food beckons to us, but who is in control, you or the food?

Jo-Anne Eadie, Creator, Exhale Weight

Jo-Anne Eadie is a Board Certified Master Consulting Hypnotist and the creator of a unique program called Exhale Weight, which offers an effective, holistic approach to lifelong weight management.

“I never had a weight problem. I was tall and thin and could eat anything I wanted,” recalls Jo-Anne. “When I hit middle age, 50lbs visited and wouldn’t go away. I tried all the diets and advice and wondered why my body wouldn’t cooperate with me. As I worked through the different programs, I sorted out what works and what doesn’t and I think I captured it with Exhale Weight.”

Overeating is one of the most complicated addictions because we all have to eat. The problem, says Jo-Anne, is that we’ve lost the ability to feel full. Through Exhale Weight and the Virtual Gastric Band, clients reclaim this ability by addressing the emotional components of overeating.

“So many people use emotions with their food,” says Jo-Anne. “Food beckons to us. But who is in control, you or the food? Food is not there to soothe our soul. But it doesn’t need to be the enemy either.”

Our conscious mind filters information, our subconscious mind collects information. According to Jo-Anne hypnosis is effective because it bypasses the critical thinking of the conscious mind. As a result, hypnosis has allowed Jo-Anne to empower her clients with almost any challenge, including weight loss.

“The conscious mind is the part of our mind that makes decisions and does our day to day work. The subconscious mind is a big computer that gathers all the information,” explains Jo-Anne. “Through hypnosis, we can go into that computer and delete files.”

In her book Exhale Weight, Jo-Anne shares her personal techniques, recipes and tips for effective weight management. Jo-Anne believes you can eat whatever you want, as long as you have it within your three meals. Stop when you’re full. No snacking in between.

“How am I so lucky to do this work?” says Jo-Anne. “You change people’s lives. I feel divinely guided with this work.”

For more information on Jo-Anne Eadie and Exhale Weight, visit

Source: CUTV News

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