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Lose Weight The Cohen Way

The very first Cohen Lifestyle Center in the city was recently launched in Makati City last October 25, 2016. A Cohen cook-off challenged highlighted the event and the guests get to feast on the delicious Cohen-approved dishes. 

It is really mind-boggling to know that you can actually enjoy delicious food and lose weight at the same time. Yes, that what Cohen is all about. 


Cohen Lifestyle Program is a personalized and rapid weight-loss and wellness program that focuses on proper nutrition and uses food as medicine. Each client’s unique blood profile is used as the basis for an individualized eating plan that recommends the personalized quantities of specific types of food that correct the hormonal imbalance that causes weight gain and obesity.


This special meal program is backed by years of scientific and medical research. Every individual who joins the program is given a personalized prescription based on the person’s body biochemistry that allows the body to burn the fat the natural way without resulting to being hungry, but instead, being fed deliciously prepared food. There is really no need for pills or unsafe procedures here and the Cohen Lifestyle Program delivers fast results such as losing 8 to 10 lbs. a month.


“The Cohen Program has a track record of success in delivering rapid weight loss using only food as medicine. We provide a safe, effective and scientific method of achieving a slimmer and healthier body, where all other methods may have failed,” said Barbara Young, Cohen Lifestyle Center CEO and a certified life coach. “Cohen’s Lifestyle Program takes a holistic approach to losing weight. We don’t just guide you in losing weight but we also teach a healthier lifestyle, including cooking and eating habits and the way you look at food. You don’t need to be a chef to be able to prepare healthy, delicious meals, With a little bit of creativity in preparing food, losing weight can actually be fun. With the Cohen Cook-Off Challenge, we hope to inspire more people to take charge of their own health by getting involved in the preparation of their own food.”


Cohen’s Lifestyle Center offers complimentary information sessions. To schedule, you may call (02) 8285251.

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