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Five million people are expected to be diagnosed with type 2 diabetes by 2025. Around 35% of the UK population are classed as pre-diabetic, meaning that with lifestyle and dietary intervention they are more likely to develop type-2 diabetes.

Type-2 diabetes used to be referred to as adult-onset diabetes, a disease that may develop during our adult years. However, East Sussex Healthcare recently revealed to me that the youngest patient with type-2 diabetes was 8 years old!

Diabetes increases your risk of cardiovascular disease, stroke, blindness, limb amputation and kidney failure. Type-3 diabetes has become the term to describe the hypothesis that Alzheimer’s disease, a major cause of dementia, is triggered by a type of insulin resistance that occurs in the brain.

“Every year diabetes causes 27,000 heart attacks and 100,000 cases of heart failure”
Reversing diabetes is a term that refers to a significant long-term improvement in insulin sensitivity in people suffering with type-2 diabetes. People with type 2 diabetes that are able to get their HbA1c below 42 mmol/mol (6%) without taking diabetes medication are said to have reversed their diabetes, putting it into remission.

If you have been diagnosed with type-2 diabetes or you are aware that you are pre-diabetic, you can work with me to help reverse the process.

Diabetes Care Package

A Heart Healthy Nutrition and Lifestyle Plan

Initial consultation and introduction to the plan. Detailed analysis of your case history and your initial strategy of diet and lifestyle changes to get you started.
1 hour

2 x coaching calls, 15 minutes – days 21 & 63

Follow-up consultation, 30 minutes – day 42

Email support

Final 30-minute consultation at day 84. Full assessment of programme, and discussion of maintenance plan going forward.

Food journal reviews, using analytical software.
Nutrition handouts and meal planning tools.


Metabolic Markers test

A test to measure the following, 

  • Glycated haemoglobin
  • Plasma glucose
  • Insulin
  • Full lipid profile
Inflammation Panel

A test to measure the following,

  • C-Reactive protein
  • Homocysteine