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Eat to beat diabetes in just eight weeks: The life-changing diet

Dr Michael Mosley has put together a simple diet plan and lifestyle programme that should not only reduce the risk of getting Type 2 diabetes, but can reverse it in sufferers - all in only eight weeks.

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from Mail Online

Secrets to make this one diet you CAN stick to. Eat to beat diabetes

Dr Michael Mosley has put together a simple diet plan and lifestyle programme that should not only reduce the risk of getting Type 2 diabetes, but can reverse it in sufferers - all in only eight weeks.

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from Mail Online

Eat to beat diabetes and week by week watch the weight fall off!

Adapted from The 8-Week Blood Sugar Diet: Lose Weight Fast And Reprogramme Your Body by Michael Mosley (Short Books, £8.99). © Michael Mosley 2016. To order a copy at the special price of £7.19 (offer valid to January 23, 2016), call 0808 272 0808 or visit www.mailbookshop.co.uk. P&P free on orders of more than £12.

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from Mail Online

Eat to beat diabetes in just eight weeks: The life-changing diet

Dr Michael Mosley has put together a simple diet plan and lifestyle programme that should not only reduce the risk of getting Type 2 diabetes, but can reverse it in sufferers - all in only eight weeks.

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from Mail Online

Secrets to make this one diet you CAN stick to. Eat to beat diabetes

Dr Michael Mosley has put together a simple diet plan and lifestyle programme that should not only reduce the risk of getting Type 2 diabetes, but can reverse it in sufferers - all in only eight weeks.

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from Mail Online

You CAN eat to beat diabetes - so why isn't the NHS telling you how?

I have devised my own ‘Eat Better’ plate, which shows roughly what you should be eating an...

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from The Diet Coach

The NEW Science of Low Carb

Summary: In the same way that tooth decay is caused by an overgrowth of bacteria in the mouth, flourishing on an excess of sugars and refined carbohydrates, obesity and poor metabolic health is in large part, caused by an overgrowth of bacteria flourishing in the small intestine, in the presence of excess sugars and refined carbohydrates. Excess fat intake and various lifestyle factors also contribute to the development of obesity and poor metabolic health.

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