Skip the confusion about what to eat.  

Type2Diet makes it simple so you can stop the guesswork and get on track to a healthier life.

It's as simple as one, two, three.

Step One

Get powerful meal shakes delivered to your door.


Each shake has 27g of protein, 21g of healthy fats, and just 2g of net carbs.


They also contain roughly 20% daily values of all essential vitamins and minerals, as well as a blend of powerful adaptogenic mushrooms designed to boost your immune system and make you feel great for the duration of your program.


Just add water and enjoy.

Step Two

Enjoy delicious, filling shakes as often as you'd like.


We recommend starting with two shakes a day in place of two meals each day. This should get you on track to lower blood sugar levels and a reduced A1C.


As you become more comfortable with the program you can use additional shakes in place of snacks, or even use five shakes a day in place of all your food.


The choice is yours.

Step Three

Shed pounds and lower blood sugar levels.


According to a number of recent studies, weight loss and lower blood sugar are two key factors when it comes to beating diabetes.


So whether you are diabetic and looking to put your diabetes into remission, or pre-diabetic and aiming to avoid diabetes altogether, weight loss combined with reduced blood sugar levels may be all you need to achieve your goals.

The science is in. Diabetes is out.


Promising new studies are revealing that diabetes can be managed naturally, through simple lifestyle changes.


What was once considered incurable is now being understood as a treatable, solvable disease.

Studies have shown that by using a meal replacement program for just 12 weeks, you can lose an average of 7.8% of your total weight, compared to just 1.8% on a regular diet program. 


Ditschuneit HH, Flechtner-Mors M, Johnson TD, Adler G: Metabolic and weight loss effects of dietary intervention in obese patients. Am J Clin Nutr 69:198–204, 1999

On a low-carb meal replacement program A1C levels and bad (LDL) cholesterol levels can drop significantly within just 12 weeks. 


Li Z, Saltsman P, DeShields S, Bellman M, Thames G, Liu Y, Wang H-J, Elashoff R, Heber D: Long-term efficacy of soy-based meal replacements vs. an individual diet plan in obese type 2 DM patients: relative effects on weight loss, metabolic parameters, and C-reactive protein. Eur J Clin Nutr 59:411–418, 2005

Weight loss can happen quick. Make sure you're ready.

Due to the speed at which you can lose weight and lower blood sugar, and the changes in macronutrients, we recommend speaking with your doctor before starting Type2Diet. If you take medication to lower blood sugar, or are on insulin, you may need to get off your medication before beginning the diet. Please check with your doctor before you get started.