Reverse Your Type 2 Diabetes1
Improve Chronic Health Conditions2

PHD Weight Loss supports a different nutrition approach that has been shown to improve or reverse Type 2 Diabetes and other chronic conditions.1,2

Decrease Your Medications<sup>1</sup>

Decrease Your Medications1

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of insulin users reduced or eliminated usage after 1 year
Lower Your A1C<sup>1</sup>

Lower Your A1C1

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average HbA1c reduction after 1 year
Reverse Your Diabetes<sup>1</sup>

Reverse Your Diabetes1

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Rate of type 2 diabetes reversal after 1 year*

*Type 2 Diabetes reversal is defined as individuals who have achieved a HbA1c of less than 6.5% who are taking no glycemic control medications (excluding metformin).1,2

Studies with a similar dietary protocol1,2 as the PHD approach have shown to:

Increase HDL<sup>2</sup>

Increase HDL2

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Average increase in HDL after 1 year
Lower Triglycerides<sup>2</sup>

Lower Triglycerides2

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Average triglyceride reduction after 1 year
Reduce Inflammation<sup>2</sup>

Reduce Inflammation2

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Average reduction in hs-CRP after 1 year
Decrease Blood Pressure Medications<sup>2</sup>

Decrease Blood Pressure Medications2

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Average reduction in BP medications after 1 year
Improve Liver Function<br />

Improve Liver Function

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Average reduction in AST after 1 year
Improve Liver Function<br />

Improve Liver Function

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Average reduction in ALT after 1 year
Decrease Insulin Resistance<sup>2</sup>

Decrease Insulin Resistance2

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Average reduction in HOMA-IR after 1 year

Data demonstrated by these two peer-reviewed published clinical trials: Hallberg et al.1  and Bhanpuri et al.2 Individual results may vary.


You will maintain your current physician network as you work with our team to drop weight and improve your health.


  1. Hallberg SJ, McKenzie AL, Williams P, et al. Effectiveness and Safety of a Novel Care Model for the Management of Type 2 Diabetes at One Year: An Open Label, Non-Randomized, Controlled Study. Diabetes Ther. 2018. DOI: 10.1007/s13300-018-0373-9
  2. Bhanpuri NH, Hallberg SJ, Williams P, et al. Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factor Responses to a Type 2 Diabetes Care Model Including Nutritional Ketosis at One Year: An Open Label, Non-Randomized, Controlled Study. Cardiovasc Diabetol. 2018; 17:56. doi:10.1186/s12933-018-0698-8
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