To ensure that reducing your calorie intake does not mean you miss out on essential nutrients, all our meal replacement range contain 27 vitamins & minerals, protein and fibre.
See the results for yourself!
Start Weight: 15 Stone 6.5lbs
Current Weight: 11 Stone 13lbs
“I started on 3rd February weighing 15 stone 6.5lbs & on my last weigh in (1st June) I weighed 12 stone 3lbs. I actually haven’t found eating 850 calories a day too hard, I’m obviously very motivated.”
“I went to my check up on 5th February -all my blood results were bad. My doctor told me that the results “suggested” diabetes but that wasn’t confirmed before a second blood test. I’d taken my trusty book with me & told her I’d already started the diet & wanted the repeat blood test at the end of the 8 week reversal period instead.”
“My repeat blood tests were delayed due to Covid-19 but were finally taken on 18th May. I finally rang for the results on 28th May & I was told they were normal. I was so shocked I couldn’t take it in & had to ring back to confirm it & ask for my HbA1c level which was 41 (it had been 85).”
“I’d done it! I’m hopeful that by the time I’ve lost my remaining weight my level will drop still further & I intend to keep it there.”
Starting Weight: 19st 2lbs
Current Weight: 15st 7lbs
Lisa was first diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes in 2007. She found that her diagnosis completely changed her relationship with food. She became focused on the protein and carbohydrate content of what she was eating, which didn’t feel like a healthy mindset for her.
After hearing about a trial which is investigating how Type 2 Diabetes could be reversed, Lisa decided to give exante’s shake and soup diet a try as it was listed as a recommended product. A very low calorie diet like exante has been suggested to help people put Type 2 Diabetes into remission due to the rapid weight loss it can promote.
Lisa’s managed to put her BMI into a healthy range and ultimately put her Type 2 Diabetes into remission by eating between 800 and 850 calories a day as suggested by her GP.
“Give it a go, if I can do it anyone can!”