X-PERT's Sean and Matt discuss key drivers of hunger, explore why individuals overconsume certain foods and introduce practical methods for identifying and addressing psychological eating in an article published in Practical Diabetes.
View Dr Trudi Deakin's slides from the Public Health Collaboration Conference 2019
The ability of a very low calorie diet (VLCD) to lead to the remission of Type 2 diabetes has been demonstrated by the Diabetes UK funded DiRECT study, with follow up results published in March 2019 demonstrating that 36% of participants were in remission after two years. Based on these results, and the publicity they have received, X-PERT Health feel it is important to set out our position on this subject.
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Our environment can have a profound influence on what and how much we eat. This blog highlights how to be more mindful when it comes to eating and how to tune into your hunger cues.
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