Breathing Yourself Thin
Lose Weight and Get Fit
In a Natural & Healthy Way
Have the healthy body you want and “Never stress about what to eat or how to exercise ever again!”
What can Bigu Qigong do?
Watch this interview with Dr. Gao from ABC affiliate KAKE News
“I’ve lost almost 10 pounds in 14 days, really super exciting because I didn’t work out and I ate the same food as I would prior to coming here.”
– Brandi B.
Play the video to see how Brandi did that
Can Bigu Qigong work for people like me?
Find out in the Wichita Eagle newspaper interview below
Qigong takes, keeps her extra weight off
She lost 18 pounds during the two weeks and continued to lose afterward; weight loss among class members ranged from five to 22 pounds. Gorup ate what she wanted but found that she could no longer easily digest some foods.
Because she could eat what she wanted, she felt no sense of denial. She took the class again earlier this year, along with three co-workers. This time, she lost four or five pounds; the co-workers lost about 10 pounds each. She hasn’t regained any of the weight…
What is Bigu Qigong?
Qigong has been a part of Chinese medicine for more than 2,000 years. Throughout the long history of Qigong, thousands of techniques for different health purposes have been developed. Bigu Qigong is a Qigong exercise that harmonizes the mind and breath with a specific body position to achieve hunger control and to improve the function of internal organs.
Bigu Qigong mainly focus on weight management. It is easy to learn, has quick-to-see results, and promotes overall health improvement.
To date, thousands of people have learned the practice of Bigu Qigong through his class and the minimum average weight loss is 6 lbs for a group over the two week period. Last few years, he started to train instructors to meet the demand. In the instructor class students kept asking him to write a book to share Bigu Qigong.
In 2017, Dr. Gao wrote and released a book called Breathing Yourself Thin to help introduce people to the concepts of Bigu Qigong.
Additionally, Dr. Gao developed and launched a comprehensive program to teach anyone Bigu Qigong, available as a online course where Dr. Gao and qualified instructors will provide feedback and direction on daily basis in the two weeks program.
What makes Bigu Qigong
No drugs or pills
No side effects
No food limitations
No weighing, measuring, or counting
No strenuous exercise
No physical limitations
As long as you can sit or lie down comfortably, you can do Bigu Qigong!
Only two rules need to follow:
1. Eat only when you are hungry
2. Drink only when you are thirsty
No equipment needed
You can learn the Bigu Qigong in less than an hour
For your Health
and optimal weight
You can be benefit for lifelong
Enhance your other Weight loss program
Bigu Qigong can work alone or combine with any weight management program you choose
Eating more or less, healthy diet or unhealthy diet, it will affect your weight management. But the ability to process the food by your internal organs plays a very important role. You may find that you, and other family members eat same food, someone eat less, still gain weight, but others may not, even they eat more. Bigu Qigong does not only help you to control your appetite but also improves your internal organ’s function.
Physical exercise helps weight management. However, it may get opposite result from your goal if you make yourself too exhausted. Hormone imbalance is often be blamed for weight issue. Fatigue is one of main reason to cause hormone imbalance. Your weight will be much easier to control if you know how to balance exercise, work, stress and relaxation. Bigu Qigong will help you for the balance.
Achieving Your Goals
To maintain good health is a lifelong goal. So is keeping an optimal weight. The two-week-long course is only a tool, along with your personal and your classmates’ experience, to prove that you can “breath yourself thin” as was described in a KAKE TV interview. Bigu Qigong can benefit you as long as you live, if you use it. You will be totally independent in your weight management, as was discussed in the Wichita Eagle interview “Qigong Takes, Keeps Her Extra Weight Off.”