Healthy habits are more important than ever. Eat well, stay active and keep connected with 50% off 1-Year Membership until July 31, 2020.
"I'm in type 2 diabetes remission after 3 years. I lost 25kg and have never felt better!"
"I'm in type 2 diabetes remission after [being diagnosed for] 5 years. I've come off all my diabetes medication!"
"I lost over 20kg and am in prediabetes remission"
"I had gestational diabetes, and after pregnancy I lost 54kg"
"I lost 2 stone - it's a way of life, not a diet!"
"I'm the happiest I've been in years"
"I lost almost 13kg and came off metformin"
"My HbA1c has dropped from 102mmol/mol (11.5%) to a happy 39mmol/mol (5.7%)"
"I dropped 4 dress sizes with the Low Carb Program!"
"I'm a vegetarian and lost 13kg (2st) and am in Type 2 Diabetes Remission"
Join thousands of others who have achieved their goals
The Low Carb Program is a multi-award-winning digital health app for adults with type 2 diabetes, prediabetes and obesity.
You are what you eat. Find thousands of recipes tailored to your dietary type, time, allergies, budget and more.
Specially selected Behaviour Change Coaches to keep you motivated on your journey.
Thousands of recipes in our ever-growing collection. Whether you're feeding the whole family or just after a few cheeky sides, the power is in your hands with our intuitive recipe system.
Most people who complete the program lose weight and improve blood glucose levels by 12 weeks.
On average, 1 in 4 participants who complete the Low Carb Program are in type 2 diabetes remission at 1-year.*
Proud to empower NHS patients with sustainable behaviour change
The Low Carb Program is normally £69.99, but as a response to COVID-19 and to support as many people as possible stay well at home, we are offering 50% off the Low Carb Program until July 31st 2020.
You absolutely can.
Usually, the program costs £69.99, but you can get it for just £34.99 until July 31 2020.
The Low Carb Program is intended for people with obesity, prediabetes, type 2 diabetes, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).
Although the benefits of a lower carbohydrate diet are evident for people with type 1 diabetes, the Low Carb Program is not intended for people with type 1 diabetes.