The Fletcher Method of Weight Control
One sure method of reducing weight is by practicing what is known as “Fletcherism.” It was discovered in 1898 by a man named Horace Fletcher. At age 40, he considered himself an old man. He was 50 pounds overweight, contracted flu every six months and constantly complained of indigestion and feeling tired. After a deep study, he made some important discoveries and prescribed the rules for “Fletcherism”.
1. Chew your food to the point it becomes a soft liquid so it is easy to swallow.
2. Never eat until hungry.
3. Enjoy every bite of food, savoring the flavor until it is swallowed.
4. Do not eat when tired, angry, or worried. At meal-time, do not think or talk about any unpleasant subjects.
Horace Fletcher followed these rules for five months. As a result he lost more than 60 pounds and felt better than he had for 20 years. A weight reducing program built on Fletcherism works wonders and is worth a try!