I would. Although I’m a bit leery about NLP since I have a friend who didn’t have a very good ride. He said he was able to make a friend fall off a chair on a bet with said friend, and he did. But then he also said that he put himself to sleep for 3 years by accident with NLP and finally woke up with his life a mess.

Cognitive behavioral therapy sounds very interesting since it sounds like a very conscious approach to behavioral modification.

BTW, one of my heroes in psychology is Dr. Ross W. Greene. I mention him since you point out that reward and punishment don’t really work in weight maintenance. Your emphasis is on the skill of monitoring eating habits with physiological feedback. I like that. Anyway, you might want to check out his website here:


He’s really good.

Anyway, I will have to check out some of your articles as one of them just caught my eye…

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