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Tell Newcastle you did it!

Discussion in 'Low Calorie Diets' started by Tannith, Mar 10, 2018.

  1. Tannith

    Tannith · Well-Known Member

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    It would help research into the NEWCASTLE DIET if those of you who had succeeded with it made the effort to contact Newcastle. They also collect statistics on those who have done it at home by themselves.
    I hope that one day the NHS will offer "Reverse Diabetes" clinics to every newly diagnosed T2, as they do Stop Smoking clinics to smokers. We could massively reduce the burden ot T2 in the UK.

    "Please help us to help others by sharing your experience. Please let us know, by an email, how you get on. Keep a record of your weight, your HbA1c and your fasting blood glucose The Lean Team Weight Tracker.pdf. People in Scotland have access to MyDiabetesMyWay http://www.mydiabetesmyway.scot.nhs.uk/ to see their weight and HBA1c results. We wish success to everyone who wants to achieve a remission of type 2 diabetes. A few people do lose a lot of weight but do not achieve remission. If that occurs, we expect that your efforts will still bring many other long-term health benefits from sustained weight loss."
    http://www.directclinicaltrial.org.uk/Documents/Patient Info Website Feb 2018.pdf
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