Jan 06

Paul McKenna: I Can Make You Thin US airs in UK

LIVING presents the UK premiere of Paul McKenna’s brand new show, which was filmed in the US. The statement ‘I Can Make You Thin’ has to be one of the most effective, attention-grabbing titles ever given to a TV programme. And it comes from probably the biggest name in hypnotism and self-help.

I Can Make You Thin aims to help people lose weight by encouraging viewers to follow four simple rules, which Paul insists can work for anyone who isn’t happy with the way they look and feel.

Serial dieters will be relieved to hear that there is no specific eating programme and no heavy spending on weird concoctions, and no crunching through mountains of dry crackers. And for those who find keep-fit videos a little embarrassing, there is no specific exercise regime, either. The key to
Paul’s technique is in changing the way that his subjects think and feel about food, creating attitudes that promote healthy eating for the rest of their lives.

By anyone’s standards, Paul McKenna is phenomenally successful. His books have been translated into 23 languages and his TV programmes have been aired in 42 countries. His celebrity clients include Ellen DeGeneres and David Walliams, and he recently signed the most lucrative contract ever agreed by a British TV personality, for a staggering £23 million. According to The Sunday Times, he is Britain’s best-selling non-fiction author. Those curious to see if Paul’s technique works should tune in to LIVING MONDAY 5TH – FRIDAY 9TH, 8PM, and see if he can’t help them say goodbye to those extra Christmas pounds.


  1. schiffer

    Could I order “I Can Make You Thin” by Paul Mckenna written in German

  2. Sorry, It doesn’t appear to be available in the German language

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