You want to eat better and get in shape. But let's face it: the pull of your favorite foods is extremely powerful.
What if there was a way to stop cravings in their tracks and get in the best shape of your life without restrictive diets, impossible exercise routines or weird supplements?
Click below to learn how Pavlok can help you eat better and live healthier with the push of a single button. No hype.
I can't be the only one who has noticed the word "die" is in "diet." It just seems like a cruel joke, doesn't it?
There's nothing more annoying than dieting. Some stats say that 61% of Americans try to diet at least once per year — and the success rate for losing the weight and keeping it off is very low. I don't think you need statistics to tell you what you've already experienced in your own life. It's hard to stop eating tasty foods and get in shape. Period.
The process of dieting always starts the same way:
First, you scour the internet or the bookstore looking for one you haven't tried. No carb, low carb, slow carb, keto, vegan, fruititarian, intermittent fasting, juice fasting, water fasting, starving. They all start to feel the same after a while, so just pick your poison.
Next, you begin to follow whatever regimen has been laid out by the diet guru or app you're following. Maybe you throw in a few workout sessions per week.
For a while, it begins to work. Truth be told, they all work to varying degrees. If you change your eating habits, you will most likely lose weight. If you're on an exclusive Big Mac diet and cut down your cheeseburger intake by 30%, in theory, you'll lose weight. It's science.
But you know what's also science? YOUR HABITS.
Habits are the unconscious programs our brains run in the background that create the behaviors which run our lives. We are essentially just programmed habit machines.
And right now, you're programmed to love the foods that are keeping your stuck. They own you. You're programmed because you've been eating the same way for a long time. Most likely, you've linked eating your favorite foods to happy memories. There's a reason why all the fast food commercials show people laughing, smiling and having fun.
In other instances, you have probably used sugary candy or greasy comfort food to ease the stress in your life. Some people drink a beer after work, others eat a pound of chocolate and a bag of tortilla chips. No judgement.
The problem is...now you're in deep. You've trained your brain to fire dopamine with every bite and it's become extremely hard to resist the pull of your own cravings.
This is why your diets have never worked. This is why you've lost some weight in the past, but the changes have never stuck.
It's not about will power. It's not about "making better choices" or just "grinding it out."
Think of it this way: If your computer is programmed using one coding language, would you be able to change that language by simply yelling at it...or furiously typing harder on the keyboard? No. You'd have to reprogram it.
That computer is your brain. And in order to change your eating habits, you'll have to reprogram it.
But don't worry, it's easier than you think if you have the right tools.
When trying to lose weight or get in shape, the most common approach is to focus on tactics.
What should you eat? How much should you eat? How often should you go to the gym? What exercises should you do? The list of questions is essentially endless.
Now, I won't pretend that asking the right questions isn't important. It most certainly is. But there's a giant, gaping hole in our culture's understanding of living healthier, and it comes down to one simple word...
Remember, the nature of a habit is that it becomes so natural to the brain that performing it becomes almost invisible.
For example, you can't remember the last time you tied your shoes, but you know you did, because your brain does it out of habit.
Your eating habits have formed over many years of unintentional training. For many of us, those habits were initially created by our family.
From your mom's instructions to "clean your whole" plate before you left the table...
To your good 'ol granny who just wanted you to eat one more piece of pie because you "look so skinny."
That programming solidified over the years with the aid of our environment, including friends, social groups and emotional states. As your habits formed in the background, you slowly became less aware of what you were eating, or why.
Your eating habits have become so deeply ingrained that they are nearly invisible to you. This is dangerous.
It makes changing your eating incredibly difficult, no matter how badly you want to or how much willpower you use.
The only way that you'll be able to take the power back is by creating a new awareness around eating. Your brain has been hypnotized and it's your job to snap out of it.
What if I told you that you could create this new awareness with the push of a button?
It might sound too good to be true...but this is not science fiction. It's science fact.
We've harnessed the ability to regain control of your monkey mind and eliminate decades worth of cravings in 30 seconds flat with the power of Pavlok.
In fact, it works so well, over 100,000 customers have called it magic...
At Pavlok, we started with a very basic premise: it's not enough to just track what you do. Many devices, apps and programs will keep a log of your daily activities, food intake or exercise regimen. But that information rarely leads to transformation. It's not enough.
The hard part is actually following through and doing what you say you're going to do.
The hard part is overcoming yourself and years of programming that says "eat the donut."
So we created a device that works with your brain, not against it, to change your habits from the inside out.
Pavlok is the only wearable device in the world that doesn't just track what you do, but also helps you follow through with your goals, create positive new habits and break bad habits.
Over 100,000 satisfied customers have used Pavlok to:
Pavlok is your personal habit coach, right on your wrist. Through a combination of real time feedback and advanced technology, the device will actually change the way your brain works over time by giving you the accountability and awareness you've been missing — all with the push of a single "magic" button.
Stop dreaming, start doing. It's time to access your full potential with the help of Pavlok.
Here's how it works...
Order your Pavlok device.
Push the button to break bad habits & build positive ones.
Transform your life forever.
Pavlok is the wearable device that releases a mild stimulus called a "snap" to help you reduce cravings, break bad habits, and change your life. Pavlok is your natural and lasting solution to eliminating junk food cravings, quitting smoking, nail biting, hair touching, negative thinking, procrastinating, eating sugar, and more.
Pavlok can also help you build good habits, like training your body to wake up on its own, exercise more consistently, being more productive by keeping you on task, and helping you gain a more positive outlook on life.
When you order the device, you'll receive a wristband, a module and a charging cable. Insert the module into the wristband, and you can strap it on your wrist like any standard wristwatch.
Download the Pavlok app from the Google Play or Apple App Store, and you'll be able to set it up.
Once you are connected, you can control the intensity of your vibration or "snap." We recommend starting with 30%. Whenever you engage in your unwanted habit, press the lightning bolt button on your Pavlok wristband and administer a snap to begin breaking your habit.
Getting started with Pavlok is simple. The box includes the wristband, the module, and the charging cable.
Modules come ~50% charged, but we recommend plugging it into the cable for an hour before setting it up. A single charge lasts for around ten days.
"I haven’t had any refined sugar since I started using Pavlok, which is awesome…I feel like I’m back in control of my relationship with food. I feel like I have a much healthier relationship with food.”
“I get in a sugar coma, I fall asleep, and lose part of my day. I’m snapping myself with Pavlok myself when I eat a cookie, to see if I lose the urge to eat these stupid cookies. Oddly enough I haven’t eaten any of those cookies since. I use my Pavlok to stop my cookie addiction.”