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Cohen Diet for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome or PCOS is a condition where a woman is diagnosed to produce above normal rate of male hormones. When this happens, a hormonal imbalance occurs, and this can cause women to skip menstrual periods and makes it harder for them to get pregnant. Women with PCOS can also form cysts in the ovaries.

Effects of PCOS can also extend to other part of the body. It can also cause hair growth on the face and body, and baldness. When not addressed, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome can lead to many  long-term health issues such as diabetes and heart disease.

Many women can have this condition and not know it. There are studies that show that up to 70% of women may undiagnosed PCOS. It also runs in families. Because the condition is related with the functioning of hormones, women with this condition are most likely overweight, which exposes them to metabolic syndrome and inflammation.

Birth control pills and diabetes drugs can help “fix” the imbalance, but the best way to help fix the imbalance is through diet.

Why Choose the Cohen Lifestyle Program?

As a diet, the Cohen Lifestyle Program aims to correct and fix hormones that are responsible for PCOS symptoms, one of them is Insulin.  Many women with PCOS have insulin resistance, which means that their cells cannot use the hormone Insulin properly. Insulin is a hormone located in the pancreas that delivers sugar to the cells to be used as energy. When cells in our body cannot use Insulin properly, the body’s demand for Insulin increases, causing the pancreas to make more Insulin to compensate. When extra Insulin is produced, it triggers the ovaries to produce more male hormones.

Because of insulin resistance, women with PCOS are obese or overweight. Obesity and insulin resistance are what can increase affected women’s risk of type 2 diabetes.

Through the diet, our body’s response to Insulin is improved and fixed. By providing a healthy diet that promotes weight loss and fat loss, the hormone Insulin can better be used by the cells, creating a healthier body.

The Cohen Lifestyle Program has helped many women regain their health back and their PCOS conditions alleviated, if not removed.*

*DISCLAIMER: Individual results may vary.

Cohen Success Story: Marian Remo

Plenty of individuals who took the Cohen Program will tell you that, prior to their enrollment, their lifestyles used to involve a lot of dining out and splurging. Marian Remo wasn’t any different from them. She was so in love with food that she didn’t care about how much she ate. Each bite made her happy.

There came a day, however, when she started to feel that something was wrong. Marian started to lose confidence in herself because none of the clothes she liked suited her. Aside from her insecurities, she also had PCOS. “I had crazy hormones. I really wanted to cure it because if I wanted to have more kids, I should start doing something about it,” she shared.

Marian had tried so many diets. She even tried taking pills and slimming teas because she was becoming desperate. After months of trial and error, she finally signed up for the Cohen Program. She could never be happier with her decision.

“It’s different because it’s magical,” she stressed. “Seriously, no diet can make you lose as fast as with Cohen. There’s just one technique: don’t ever deviate. Deviation causes delay.”

Taking the Cohen diet helped Marian achieve a more regular menstrual flow. She also feels more confident in her own skin. Her transformation has been inspiring people because she did what even she thought was impossible.

“A lot of people are asking me how I did it,” she gushed. “It’s not simple, to be honest. I just kept my eyes on the prize. Why did I do it in the first place? Because I wanted to be healthier! If I kept deviating, maybe I wouldn’t be where I am today.”