Are You Tired of Letting Your Diabetes Dictate Your Life?
Hi, my name is Paul Coker and I want to give you some real strategies that you can use to finally put you in the driving seat of your diabetes.
Imagine For A Moment That We Could Make Your Insulin Work More Reliably, More Efficiently, More of The Time Without Asking You Restrict Carbohydrates.
The science and the evidence has been telling us how we can do this for decades, & this can help you to achieve your diabetes management goals.
The big secret that nobody has been telling you is that when you restrict carbohydrates like bread, rice, potatoes, pasta, vegetables and fruit that you are setting the stage to create insulin resistance.
Did you know that eating more (of the right type of) carbohydrates makes your insulin work better. This could give you more energy and make it easier to mange your blood glucose levels and to lose weight and/or maintain your target weight?
And this works in both Type 1 & Type 2 Diabetes.
Meet Paul Coker
Paul Coker is the Diabetes coach who has been living with Type 1 Diabetes for 45 years and he has an MSc in Diabetes Practice aqnd his passion is to help people with Diabetes
Putting you in the driver's seat of your diabetes is his aim and he uses his extensive first-hand experiences combined with evidence based approaches to help you achieve your diabetes goals.
Paul has a long history of helping athletes with Type 1 Diabetes to excel and is a public speaker. He is sought after by universities, schools of medicine and charities, Health Care Professionals and people living with Diabetes.
Get More Freedom From Your Diabetes
Make your diabetes more predictable (in a positive way)
Get your best HbA1c
Get your ideal body weight (& maintain it)
No micro-managing your blood glucose levels
Get more energy
Get more time in range
Get improved quality of life
Works with ALL types of diabetes
Supportive with no judgement, or stigma, ever!
100% Evidence based
Delivered by the Diabetes coach who has an MSc in Diabetes Practice & has been living with Type 1 Diabetes for 45 years.