The Caryl Ehrlich Program Changes Lives with 10-Sessions for Permanent Weight Loss
NEW YORK, March 10 /PRNewswire/ -- There's an alternative to dieting that does work. It's called The Caryl Ehrlich Program, and it is changing the way people view weight loss entirely. Instead of countless diets, The Program teaches participants one-on-one 10 behavioral steps to change habits of thought and word to lose weight and keep it off forever.
The Program focuses on these steps to lose weight and improve overall health. There is no need to count calories, fat grams or carbohydrates consumed. This unique approach teaches overeaters to change eating habits and to overcome a behavioral addiction to food.
"You can stop smoking, drinking, or drugging. You either do it or you don't. But you can't stop eating. You not only have to learn a new way to think, but you need to be pulled kicking and screaming away from your old way. It's not that the old way is so wonderful, but it is familiar and comfortable, which is why you hold onto it with such passion. If you do the new way enough times, it becomes familiar and comfortable...it becomes the default setting," said Caryl Ehrlich, founder of The Caryl Ehrlich Program.
What sets The Program apart from other weight loss programs is that it is not a diet. By focusing on new ways to cope with the ups and downs of life, you learn how to eat in all types of eating situations. Changing habits from old self-defeating ones while creating a new more constructive way of thinking and acting is the key to permanent weight loss.
Designed by founder Caryl Ehrlich, a former overeater, The Program was developed after her struggle with unwanted weight forced her to create a comprehensive solution to her problem. The overwhelming success of her program has prompted Caryl to share her ideas with anyone who continues to fight their weight loss problems.
For more information on The Program, please visit the website at www.conquerfood.com.
About The Founder
Caryl Ehrlich has taught thousands of people to have their cake and eat it too, since she lost 50 pounds more than 30 years ago by using her own behavioral weight loss method. For New Yorkers, she teaches The Caryl Ehrlich Program privately in her midtown office in Manhattan with one-on-one visits; For out-of-towners, she teaches a telephone/email equivalent. She hosted her own radio show, "Changing Habits" on WMCA and Time Warner's MNN Cable Channel.
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