News Flash: WE PROVED IT! Slow and Steady Key to Sustained Weight Loss. The CogniDiet conducted a clinical trial in 2016 with 40 women aged 41 to 74. Results are statistically significant and show a maximum weight loss of 33 lbs. and an average loss of 12 lbs. with 90% of participants losing weight. Women also lost 9% of their body fat which is the most important measure of success. More importantly, 80% of the April cohort had lost more weight or maintained their loss after 6 months! December cohort results being finalized this July!

Results showed statistically decrease in total cholesterol (6%), LDL (5%) and triglycerides (17%). New 12 week group classes starting in September 2017. Register now!

 

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About Veronique Cardon, MS, Creator and Facilitator of The CogniDiet® Weight Loss Programs

 

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Holistic Nutritionist, Community and Food Activist

Veronique created The CogniDiet® Program based on years of coaching clients as a holistic nutritionist, studying the science of weight loss and her own life experience and past struggle with weight and stress. She lost 30 lbs in 2006 and maintained her weight since then.

Veronique is a Holistic Nutritionist with a Masters degree (summa cum laude) in Holistic Nutrition from the Clayton College of Natural Health. She started to meditate in 2005 and gained a Certificate of Completion in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy applied to weight loss at the Beck Institute for the Advancement of Human Behavior in Philadelphia-PA, in July 2013. She also holds a Commercial Engineer degree (magna cum laude) from the University of Brussels, Belgium. She attended special management and leadership programs at INSEAD in France and the Harvard Business School in the US. Read More…

 
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    Mixed Vegetables in Coconut Broth – By Priya Khanna

    Mixed Vegetables in Coconut Broth – By Priya Khanna

    Mixed Vegetables in Coconut Broth – by Priya Khanna My friend Priya Khanna is a real estate expert in Princeton, NJ and when I met her we spoke about nutrition and food. Of course! She told me she was passionate about cooking, and not Indian food only. I heard she was amazing with French and … Read more →

 

Navigate The Holidays

New Program starting in October 2017! Navigate The Holidays will start as an online webinar 10 week series with slide shows, games, videos, cheat sheets and emails to support your efforts IN NOT gaining weight over the winter. Stay tuned for more information in August!

 
  • Roasted Beets With Goat Cheese and Yogurt Dressing – By Priya Khanna

    Roasted Beets With Goat Cheese and Yogurt Dressing – By Priya Khanna

    My friend Priya Khanna is a real estate expert in Princeton, NJ and when I met her we spoke about nutrition and food. Of course! She told me she was passionate about cooking, and not Indian food only. I heard she was amazing with French and Thai cuisine as well. So naturally, as I am …

  • Green Beans With Fresh Coconut and Almonds- by Priya Khanna

    Green Beans With Fresh Coconut and Almonds- by Priya Khanna

    My friend Priya Khanna is a real estate expert in Princeton, NJ and when I met her we spoke about nutrition and food. Of course! She told me she was passionate about cooking, and not Indian food only. I heard she was amazing with French and Thai cuisine as well. So naturally, as I am …

  • Mixed Vegetables in Coconut Broth – By Priya Khanna

    Mixed Vegetables in Coconut Broth – By Priya Khanna

    Mixed Vegetables in Coconut Broth – by Priya Khanna My friend Priya Khanna is a real estate expert in Princeton, NJ and when I met her we spoke about nutrition and food. Of course! She told me she was passionate about cooking, and not Indian food only. I heard she was amazing with French and …

  • Kohlrabi and Green Apple Salad With Roasted Sesame Seeds

    Kohlrabi and Green Apple Salad With Roasted Sesame Seeds

    Have you ever tried kohlrabi? Kohlrabi belongs to the cabbage family. It can be eaten raw or cooked. It is crunchy and slightly spicy, maybe like something between a radish and a turnip. I like to add it to my salads with green apples. It is so refreshing! For 6 servings you will need: -2 …

 

 

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It is time to take action and do something different. Diets don’t work. The Cognidiet® Weight Loss Programs will help you change forever.

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