Jordan Jumps to Hypnosis to Shed His Weight

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Jordan Jumps to Hypnosis to Shed His Weight

This is not less than a surprise that a desperate food eater is putting his best efforts to lose his weight. Not only has this but he also started undergoing hypnosis sessions to see his body losing some weight and he saving his life.

It is difficult to believe that a person for whom eating is not only an activity but a necessity for his life, whose day starts with 10 hash browns and two large coffees in breakfast, two Big Macs with fries in lunch and four Whopper burgers in dinner and apart from all this custard tarts and lamingtons to fill the gaps between all his meals along with almost a litre of Coke, is now trying to save his life and has become a desperate fighter to shed more kilos from his body.

This is the truth of non other than Mr. Jordan Tirekidis’s life, 44, for whom eating heavily and ballooning has not only increased his body weight but has turned his life into a nightmare.

Mr. Tirekidis presently weighs more than 300kg and wear custom-made 12XL size clothes. Learning that it has become very difficult for him to even stand for some time, Mr. Tirekidis has decided to start losing his weight.

"I have to do something about it because it's getting to me and I didn't want to die sitting in a chair. I'm looking at an early death or not much of a life and it scares the hell out of me. At this stage I'm sick of it. I eat too much”, says Mr. Tirekidis.

Mr. Tirekidis is a small business owner, who is fond of eating only sweet, creamy treats in his diet. Noticing that all diets and exercise regimens have failed to control his weight, he has now switched to hypnotist Mr. Mark Stephens to help him drop his heavy weight.


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