Feedback from The Diabetes Program
have lowered their blood sugar after completing the program
have reached below 7.0 mmol/L in fasting blood glucose (the threshold for diabetes)
have reduced their medication
have stopped taking medication completely
would recommend the program to someone else
What’s included in the program?
Throughout the 10 weeks, we’ll give you everything you need to get started on your journey to better health. The first two weeks can be the most challenging, but don’t worry — that’s what we’re here for! The program includes:
- delicious weekly menus
- three dietitian-approved recipes per day
- smart shopping lists
- tips and encouragement via email
- access to lectures, video courses, and other in-depth material to help you learn more about diabetes
If there’s a recipe you don’t care for, or if you’re allergic to something, simply replace it with one of our other low carb recipes.Start your free 30-day trial
What’s on the menu?
The meals you’ll be eating on the program include high protein foods such as eggs, fish, meat, chicken, and dairy products. We’ve added some fat for flavor, and the amount of carbohydrates will vary between dishes, but it will be relatively low. One thing the meals all have in common is that they’re made from real, whole foods — we like to cook from scratch and focus on nutrition!
Here are some examples of the tasty meals you’ll enjoy.
Smash burger with green bean fries and chipotle mayo
Quick keto chicken garam masala
Tuna burgers with salad and tzatziki
Keto scrambled pancakes
Medication and diabetes
If you’re on medication that lowers blood sugar levels, cutting out too many carbohydrates can be risky because your blood sugar levels can drop too low (hypoglycemia). The two types of medication that this applies to are sulfonylureas (such as glipizide and glimepiride) and all forms of insulin.
SGLT2 inhibitors (Jardiance, Invokana, or Jardiance) are another type of medication that may need to be adjusted or discontinued, as they may increase the risk of diabetic ketoacidosis in people who eat a very low carb diet.
If you are taking any of these medications, please consult your doctor before joining this program so they can help you adjust your medication as soon as you start! Your blood sugar will likely begin decreasing on the same day that you reduce your carbohydrate intake.
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What happens next?
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