Diabetes doesn’t have to be a life sentence.
Whether you’re newly diagnosed, or have been living with type 2 diabetes for some time, managing it alone can leave you feeling confused and overwhelmed.
We’ll support you wherever you are in Australia, with remote consultations and a personalised low carb diet plan. We’ll work with you to, not only manage your type 2 diabetes, but reverse it.
No more managing it on your own
Our medical and nutritional coaching team offers remote consultations, with a personalised treatment plan. So you’ll know exactly what to eat (and say) next time you’re invited out for dinner.
No more fad diets and calorie-counting
An evidence-based low carb diet plan that suits your lifestyle, appetite and preferences. No need to worry that you’ll go hungry, or feel deprived of life’s pleasures.
No more injections
Under our medical guidance, in many cases you’ll be able to reduce or eliminate your diabetic medications, giving you the peace of mind and freedom to live life without the symptoms of diabetes.
Your diabetes-free future is possible.
How our subscription-based diet and medical coaching plan will support you towards a diabetes-free future.
“After just three months, I realised I could not only control my diabetes, but completely reverse it, all without medications.”
Dr Rob Szabo, Diversa Founder
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Although there is no universally agreed upon definition for the reversal of type 2 diabetes, Diversa uses HbA1c to assist in defining diabetes and pre-diabetes reversal.
Type 2 diabetes reversal is when a patient who previously had an HbA1c in the diabetic range (>6.5%) returning an HbA1c in the non-diabetic range (<6.4%) (along with the absence of medications used to manage diabetes). Pre-diabetes reversal is when a patient who previously had an HbA1c in the pre-diabetic range (5.7-6.4%) returning an HbA1c to the non pre-diabetic range (less than 5.7%).
It is important to recognise that although not everybody may be able to completely reverse type 2 diabetes, partial reversal, the reduction of medication dosages, along with the simultaneous lowering of HbA1c, will unquestionably achieve a better quality of life and improve health outcomes for those living with type 2 diabetes.
Want to know more?
Our expert team is ready to answer any questions you may have.