Food for Weight Loss
Cohen Diet makes food your ally in rapidly shredding excess fat by balancing your hormones. How does it work? Read on… Jen broke up with her boyfriend last October. Few days after, she enrolled herself in
Cohen Diet makes food your ally in rapidly shredding excess fat by balancing your hormones. How does it work? Read on…
Jen broke up with her boyfriend last October. Few days after, she enrolled herself in Cohen Lifestyle Clinic’s Diet Plan. In a month, she lost 8 kg then a total of 13 kg another month after. Last January, she was 27 kg away from her pre-Cohen weight. Now, she has re-enrolled in the program to get rid of the last 20 kg of excess fat in her body.
Attesting to the fast fat reduction, she went through a rigid food-based diet program provided only upon submitting blood test result to the Cohen Lifestyle Clinic’s online site. Upon following the balanced eating plan– it’s not a high protein diet contrary to connotations – she began seeing the changes in her body.
Rather than focusing on calories, fats or carbs, Cohen’s eating plan aims to balance three hormones in the body that are associated with weight gain. These hormones include HGH (Human Growth Hormone, which increases muscle mass and reduces body fat), Insulin (regulates blood sugar levels) and Serotonin (plays role in regulating appetite). According to Dr.Rami Cohen, the obstetrician and gynaecologist who developed the program, the level of Human Growth Hormone drops in people who suffer from obesity, unnaturally high levels of Insulin are released while Serotonin isn’t released property. As a result, they constantly crave food, especially starches, they then gain weight regardless of how much or little they eat.
In Cohen Diet, there is no need to buy special meals: the plan is based on everyday foods including red and white meat, vegetables, fruits and dairy products such as egg, cheese and yoghurt. The end result includes rapid fat loss (not muscle or water), as well as an end to cravings and increased energy. From evaluating the three hormones in the body out of the results of the submitted blood test and producing personalised eating plan that aims to stimulate and balances these three hormones, Dr. Cohen uses specific food combinations, so that the body starts burning its own fat.
How long one stays on the program depends on blood profile, age, gender and the amount of weight needed to be lost. However, the average time is between two and four months, with an average weight loss of 7 to 15 kg per month. As for Jen, it might take another two months but she said it’s all worth the wait.
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