Eating to reverse type 2 diabetes
Our free 14 day guide will help turn your personal goals into reality.
Did you know diabetes symptoms can be reversed? Yes, they really can. Diversa Health has already helped hundreds of members reverse their diabetes and related conditions.
Maureen took just six months to lose 24 kilos and reverse her diabetes symptoms enough to safely come off her medication.
“I now have more energy than I know what to do with,” she said. “I am now always walking and people have seen the difference … [my brother] is so supportive about the effects of a low carb lifestyle.”
Maureen is not alone either, with our members rating Diversa as “excellent” for knowledge, advice, and support.
Our free starter pack explains simple steps to start reversing type 2 diabetes the Diversa way. Our powerful, low carb lifestyle is proven to produce results without compromising taste.
Diversa’s multidisciplinary team understands there is no one-size fits all solution, so we have compiled a deliciously filling 14-day meal plan to help put you on the road to success, including:
- simple delicious meals, dining out and freestyle days
- tips and tricks from our team of experts
- inspiration from people just like you who have reversed their type 2 diabetes the Diversa way.
We hope to give nearly 2 million Australians living with type 2 diabetes or pre-diabetes, and many more at risk, a chance to reverse their condition the Diversa way.
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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 (>6.4%) 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.
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