You can do it too!

Last week I had an email from Diane who used to be diabetic and is now in remission. She will have to maintain this way of life, and it sounds like she loves it. How lovely is that… and she is the one who did all the work and I... Read more →

Intermittent Fasting

When you adopt this way of life, one of the best things you can do is listen to your body. Be mindful and ask yourself- am I hungry or not? Can I wait a little while or even a few hours before I eat or drink? If you do this,... Read more →

Sleep

Your sleep is not only very important when you are following this programme but also for your health in the years to come, so here are some ideas to help you https://www.sleepfoundation.org/articles/healthy-sleep-tips If you don’t sleep well, your diabetes will be harder to control, you blood glucose may be higher,... Read more →

Hopes and dreams

Hope is the most important part of this programme and is as individual as you. You will get used to this question: A year from now and you are a lot healthier, what does healthier mean to you? These are the ideas that people have shared with each other… I... Read more →

OMAD(one meal a day)

Not everyone needs or wants to live on one meal a day, but here is someone who loves it! Treflyn says “Since the 11th January I’ve been on a journey of fasting for 24 hours and eating one meal a day. I’ve always had a tendency to put on weight.... Read more →

4 experts & me

This is the BBC Radio 4 PM programme of 15th May 2019, where MP Tom Watson( who has lost 7 stone and kept it off), Professor Roy Taylor, Dr Jason Fung , our low carb group member Marianne, and I talk about different methods of reversing diabetes, and losing weight.... Read more →

Testimonial

This is the sort of uplifting story I hear every week: “When you first saw me in the summer I could barely do more than a short walk. I have made progress and am feeling extremely well on the Low Carb diet. When I was first told I had raised... Read more →