Type 2 diabetes is characterised by high levels of glucose in the blood.  It is a long-term health condition and can damage the body especially if its not diagnosed early enough.  If you experience any of the symptoms mentioned previously, see your General Practitioner (GP) or Healthcare Professional urgently and request the relevant tests for diabetes diagnosis.

Certain genes may increase your likelihood of developing type 2 diabetes.  This condition often runs in the family and is prevalent in certain ethic groups including Hispanics/Latinos, Africans, South Asians, African, Africa-Caribbean and African Americans.

Traditional foods high in fat and sugar, combined with Western foods are thought to contribute to the development of this condition.  Impaired fat metabolism can increase the chances of promoting insulin resistance (

The good news is that food and lifestyle changes may help you to stabilise your blood sugar levels.

Depending on the significance of your symptoms and complexity of your case, my 6 week or 12 week programme is for you.