A man from Liverpool who was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in 1997 and put it into remission in just 12 weeks has made national news.

David Williams was referred to the Low Carb Program by his doctor after his health deteriorated.

David endured a triple coronary heart by-pass surgery in 2007 and also had a pacemaker fitted.

Twelve weeks after starting the Low Carb Program, David was clinically diagnosed as being in type 2 diabetes remission.

David is now a champion on the Low Carb Program and shares his support on virtual meetups and within the community.

And now, his story has made headline news in local and national newspapers across the UK, including his hometown of Liverpool.

David said “For the first time, through the Low Carb Program, a paradigm change has occurred, I am no longer ‘obese’.

“I feel that, for me, permanent change is possible.

“If I can do it, any one can.”

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