Let's face it, it's usually a struggle to stick to a diet or quit smoking. The urge to do the wrong thing is a formidable opponent indeed. That's why your good intentions need all the help they can get.
The MotivAider gives your good intentions a chance to overpower your cravings. It automatically keeps you focused on the personally compelling reasons why it's worth fighting and worth winning.
The MotivAider can keep your attention riveted, for example, on the delicious benefits of losing weight, or on the relief and confidence-boosting satisfaction you'll feel when you declare your independence from cigarettes.
The MotivAider won't guarantee that you'll win. But it will fortify your resolve, boost your willpower, and make you less susceptible to being ambushed and defeated by those inevitable cravings and urges.
The biggest problem with dieting is that it usually requires you to sacrifice pleasure, and that rarely goes well. But there is a way to control eating without starting a war between WILL and WANT.
One way to eat less without depriving yourself of pleasure is to learn how to eat in a way that maximizes the amount of pleasure you can extract from the food you do eat.
You can do this by eating with your undivided attention. Eating with anything less than full attention means eating more food than you really need to be satisfied. So, if you can keep your attention focused on the pleasant sensations associated with eating, concentrate on eating slowly, taking small bites and chewing thoroughly, you'll be able to extract more enjoyment from each and every morsel of food you eat, and you'll be satisfied with less food.
Of course, because you're probably not in the habit of eating this way, developing the habit of "mindful eating" can be quite challenging. Not with the MotivAider! The MotivAider makes eating mindfully a piece of cake (oops, sorry!).