Type 2 diabetes can control your life
- Do you experience less energy and your medication continues to increase year on year? Do you experience the disease controls your life? Medication helps but does not cure the disease.
- Reverse Diabetes2 Now is a treatment that helps you reverse the disease and experience a life with more energy and less medication.
- Within a group you will be treated (both online and offline) by a professional team, consisting of a lifestyle coach, dietician, nurse and program coordinator.
- Over 3000 people have joined our proven program over the years.
Results after two years *
9 out of 10 participants fully or partly reverse diabetes 2
7 out of 10 stopped using insulin
Average weight loss 7kg
Improved quality of life and more energy
*Louis Bolk Institute report on 24months results. Scientific research measuring the effect of the Reverse Diabetes2 Now programme of Voeding Leeft in The Netherlands, together with health Insurance partner VGZ. Publication Pot GK, Battjes-Fries MCE, Patijn ON, et al. Lifestyle medicine for type 2 diabetes: practice-based evidence for long-term efficacy of a multicomponent lifestyle intervention (Reverse Diabetes2 Now). BMJ Nutrition, Prevention & Health 2020;0:e000081. doi:10.1136/bmjnph-2020-000081. . The report is based on participants from whom data is available.
Reverse Diabetes2 Now is a lifestyle treatment for people with type 2 diabetes, developed by Voeding Leeft. Using nutrition, exercise, sleep and relaxation as therapy, the 6 month (online & offline) programme aims to reduce medication intake, improve blood values (HbA1c) and give people a better quality of life. Check this 3 minute video to see our approach.
Reverse Diabetes2 Now officially recognized by the European Union as 'best practice'
Reverse Diabetes2 Now is officially recognized by the European Union as the first and only lifestyle treatment for people with type 2 diabetes. The successful Dutch program focuses on medication reduction and complete remission for patients with type 2 diabetes. The EU Health Council has officially designated the treatment as ‘best practice’ at the European level. Read European Report