: Eat To Beat Diabetes

Eat To Beat Diabetes
12 Weeks to better Health

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Frequently Asked Questions

When does Eat to Beat Diabetes (ETBD) start?

As soon as you've joined!

What if the program doesn't suit me?

We offer a no-obligation 7-day trial after you sign up and start the program. Many people see benefits of our low carb approach as early as 7 days after starting; however, if for any reason you choose not to continue, there is no obligation for you to do so

Does the ETBD program include exercise?

Although regular activity is encouraged, our program doesn't require participants to exercise at a certain level for a specified number of hours per week. We will provide guidance in choosing the right type and frequency of activity based on your own needs and ability.

How much does ETBD cost, and what are the payment options?

The cost of the program is $140 AUD. We offer payment via PayPal, including the credit card option on their secure site.

Can the ETBD program be run on my mobile phone?

Due to the amount of information, menus and recipes, our site has been designed to be best viewed on a computer, laptop or on a larger tablet or iPad. You can still use our system on a mobile phone but we advise for the best experience a larger device is preferable. A mobile friendly version may be available in the future but unfortunately not at present.

Can I participate in ETBD if I'm a vegetarian?

We offer options of the program for vegetarians and pescatarians (those who like to include seafood in a largely vegetarian diet). Please indicate which option you would prefer when you sign up.

Can I participate in ETBD if I'm a vegan?

We regret that our program does not accommodate the vegan lifestyle.

Can I participate in ETBD if I have food allergies or intolerances?

Yes. All of our recipes are gluten free and safe for those with coeliac disease or gluten intolerance. If you have allergies or sensitivities to certain foods, you'll be able to customise our recipes by substituting other lower-carbohydrate foods from the lists we provide. Some recipes in our program contain dairy products such as butter, cream and cheese. If you are allergic or intolerant to dairy, you may have difficulty finding replacement ingredients that achieve the same results in terms of flavour and texture.

Can I participate in ETBD if I am taking insulin?

We believe that many people with type 2 diabetes who have progressed to taking insulin may be able to reduce their dosage or discontinue it altogether as a result of following a lower-carb eating plan. However, adjusting insulin dosage when changes are made to the diet requires close monitoring that we are unable to offer. For this reason, we unfortunately do not recommend the ETBD program for people who take insulin at this time. 

There are practitioners who offer individualised help in this situation, which may be more suited to your needs. Please email us if you would like more details.