Obesity-related infertility and the Cohen’s Lifestyle Program

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Thursday, May 8, 2014


THE Cohen’s Lifestyle Program has proven itself to be more than just a fad. This revolutionary weight loss and wellness program has helped countless men and women shed their excess weight and improve their general health by following a scientific eating plan tailored for each individual based on their kidney and liver profiles.

As we celebrate moms this month of May, Trying To Conceive (TTC) women out there may delight in another benefit of losing weight: it is an important element in helping women conceive children. Targeting the hormonal imbalance in the body—one of the most common culprits of obesity-related infertility, the Cohen diet has become an instrument for women to fulfill their very nature.

Although it is not solely responsible for these pregnancies, testimonies from different Cohen moms have shown that since undergoing the Cohen diet, conceiving a child was no longer a challenge.

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Olga Caballero, a 35-year old mom conceived a child spontaneously (without medications) during her 5th month on Cohen, after losing 56 lbs. She had Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (irregular menses and primary infertility) but upon starting the Cohen diet, her period became regular. “I tried different methods of getting pregnant and underwent a lot of work ups to stimulate my ovulation. I give Cohen a lot of credit for my successful pregnancy after 8 years of trying,” she shares.

Another Cohen mom, Jeihan Borlaza, was trying for three years before she got pregnant.

She explored all possibilities including pills, injections, and other diets to lose weight like South Beach and Atkins. She also tried acupuncture but to no avail. After losing 37 lbs in 4 months, she continued her healthy lifestyle and happily discovered she was finally pregnant on her 5th month of maintenance. One of the other perks of doing the Cohen program was that she learned about the principles of mindful eating, which she applied during her pregnancy. She went on to have a healthy pregnancy, free from gestational diabetes mellitus.

Now, Olga has a 2-year old son and Jeihan is taking care of her 6-month old daughter.

The Cohen change in lifestyle has not only helped women regain their confidence by helping them slim down and have brighter skin but has also given them the greatest gift of all—the joy of motherhood.

In celebration of motherhood this May, the Cohen’s Lifestyle Centre is offering a 10 percent discount for women trying to conceive or for new moms who want to lose their pregnancy weight. Visit them at Suite 105 Oakridge Business Center A, Oakridge Business Park, 880 A.S. Fortuna Street, Banilad, Mandaue City. Visit www.cohenlifestyle.com.ph.

Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on May 09, 2014.

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