The science is in.

Diabetes is out.

New research reveals that low-carb diets may hold the key to diabetes remission.

The UK's National Health Service (NHS) recently published inspiring and groundbreaking results from their new study on diabetes treatment.

Thousands of patients were put on a meal replacement diet. Nearly half managed to put their diabetes into remission. What was once considered incurable is now being understood as a treatable, solvable disease.



Weight Loss

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

Blood Sugar & Cholesterol

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

Type2Diet can provide rapid results and lasting change with our simple to follow program.

Simple to Follow

Meal replacement programs have consistently achieved better weight loss and diabetes remission results than low carb whole food diets.

Rapid Results

One study found that participants following a meal replacement program were on average able to lose over 6% of their total bodyweight after just 12 weeks on the program.

Lasting Change

Four years after the diet, those who followed a meal replacement program had on average reduced their total body weight by 8.4% versus just 3.2% on a normal calorie restricted diet.

Ready to make a change?

Join the thousands who have taken advantage of the latest scientific research and used the power of a low carb diet to drive weight loss and see improvement in their diabetes.