The Inner Weighâ„¢ rejects the diet mentality, defying a $70 billion industry based on deprivation and negative body obsession.
Twenty of the top experts in the fields of medicine, nutrition, weight loss, spirituality, and the mind, have come together in The Inner Weighâ„¢ to share their secrets to permanent weight loss – without dieting.
Debbie Johnson, bestselling author of Think Yourself Thin and one of the stars/teachers on The Inner Weigh, will make an appearance and answer questions at the Minneapolis premiere of The Inner Weigh from 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, April 19 at Lake Harriet Spiritual Community, 4401 Upton Ave. S., Minneapolis.
“The Inner Weigh is about tapping into the power of your subconscious mind to create the body and life that you want,” says the film’s Producer and Creator, clinical psychologist Dr. Dave Smiley, who has released 55 pounds by using the principles in this film.
Millions of people struggle daily from self-hatred and an unhealthy relationship with food.
- Over 50 percent of women say their body disgusts them. (Dove Internal Study, 2002)
- 50 percent of women and 25 percent of men would rather give up sex than gain ten pounds (Nutrisystem poll, USA Today, 2010).
- 67 percent of dieters regain the weight they lose and more within two to five years, according to UCLA researchers (American Psychologist, 2007).
The film features world leaders in personal growth and development including Dr. Andrea Pennington, Bob Proctor, Dr. Gay Hendricks, Mary Morrissey, RenÃ©e Stephens, Bronwyn Marmo, Debbie Johnson, Dr. Matthew B. James, Bonnie MeChelle, Janice Taylor, Victoria Moran, AndrÃ©a Albright and many more!
Many of the teachers in the film have overcome their own personal struggles with food, weight, body image and self-esteem. They lost weight and kept it off for much longer than the norm, some for even over 25 years. They learned to love their bodies first and their bodies responded!
For more information on the Minnesota premiere, call Lake Harriet Spiritual Community at 612.922.4272. For more on the film, visit TheInnerWeigh.com.