The study 'Portion Control for Weight Loss in Obese Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus' was conducted by Dr Sue Pedersen of the University of Calgary, Canada and was published in the Annals of Internal Medicine. The research found that one third of people with diabetes who used the Diet Plate over a period of six months decreased their reliance on diabetes medication, including Insulin as their blood sugars stabilised to normal levels. They also showed documented weight loss 80% greater than the control subjects and they saw decreases in cholesterol level. Dr Pedersen concluded that "portion control" was a vital tool for people with diabetes to control their condition and that the Diet Plate was a safe and highly effective way of achieving that.
Kay Illingworth reports that, several customers have now received letters from their GP's stating that they no longer fit the diagnostic criteria for the disease Type 2 Diabetes. There has also been anecdotal evidence of a Type 1 Diabetic reducing her insulin by 50%, stabilising her blood sugars at 5.5 and improving her kidney function from a pending level 4 by 40%! Always inform your GP and let him know about the Diet Plate.
Kay says, "The indications for those with diabetes using the Diet Plate are highly favourable and it is obvious that it should be part of everyone's care programme with or without the disease. The ease of use, the education it gives and the results achieved, make it "a must have aid" for anyone with Diabetes or those looking for a preventative. The Diet Plate takes a family approach, we have plates for all the family to use and the difference it can make to your health makes it a vital addition to your life when used daily."
The Diet Plate is recommended and sold on the British Heart Foundation website, Diabetes UK, Diabetes.org, Amazon and eBay and is currently undergoing different trials to ascertain its effectiveness in treating different diseases.