Imagine your diabetes-free future.

The stress of seeing your numbers spike. Dreading your next check-up. Being sick and tired of being sick and tired. Living with diabetes can leave you feeling defeated, frustrated and overwhelmed.

What is meant by diabetes reversal?

Haemoglobin A1C (HbA1c) a blood test used to diagnose and monitor diabetes, indicating a person’s average blood sugar over the previous 12 weeks or so.

When we refer to pre-diabetes reversal we mean a patient who previously returned an HbA1c within the pre-diabetic range 5.7-6.4 returning an HbA1c in the non-diabetic range, which is less than 5.7. By diabetes reversal, we mean a patient who previously returned an HbA1c greater than 6.4 returning an HbA1c less than 6.4.

Managing your diabetes alone is hard. Now you don’t have to.

Approximately 1.7 million Australians live with type 2 diabetes or pre-diabetes, and nearly all of them “manage” their condition with medications and carbohydrate-rich diets.

Diversa aims to completely change the way type 2 diabetes is treated.

At the initial consultation we’ll:
  • Understand your goals
  • Establish your medical history and dietary issues
  • Order blood/pathology tests
  • Discuss dietary requirements/allergies and food sensitivities
  • Tailor advice on the types of foods to eat and what to avoid

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Your all-inclusive online diabetes reversal clinic.


Highly experienced and qualified doctors, nurses and dietitians will consult with you to design an evidence-based diet plan.

Australia-wide remote care

We provide remote care, to support you from the comfort of your own home, at work, or on holiday.


Many of our patients reach and maintain a healthier weight, as well as reduce or eliminate medications for diabetes.

Individualised treatment plan

Your type 2 diabetes reversal journey is personal. Our expert team will create a plan that’s right for you.

Hearty and satisfying food

No need to worry that you’ll go hungry. Your diet plan will suit your lifestyle, appetite, and preferences.

Low Carb The Australian Way

Our free 45-page eBook is the ultimate guide to a healthy low carb lifestyle.

We’ve made low carb easy – with Australia’s most comprehensive guide to going low carb – based on Diversa’s simple, tried and tested traffic light system. We have split the highlights into 10 bite-sized chunks, including tips, tricks and expert advice which will be emailed to you over the next 30 days.

Our vision is that every one of the nearly 2m Australians with type 2 diabetes or pre-diabetes, or the many more at risk are aware of the option of reversal with a low carb lifestyle – the path chosen by hundreds of Diversa patients who have successful reversed their diabetes and related conditions.

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The Diversa Experience


Getting Started

  • Review medical history
  • Identify health goals
  • Getting to know the myDiversa portal and exclusive member-only Facebook community
  • Initial pathology test
  • Initial video consultations
Month 2 – 6

Your Reversal Journey

  • Ongoing nutritional coaching
  • Medical consultations and medication management
  • myDiversa progress tracking
  • Quarterly pathology assessments
  • Live, coach-led group webinars (optional)
Month 6+

Sustain Your Health

  • Ongoing nutritional coaching
  • Medication review and management
  • Exclusive webinars
  • myDiversa consultations

Additional Resources

Diabetes Treatment

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Diabetes Support

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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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