Low Carb Program

Categories: Diabetes, Healthy living

Free via referral or from £14.99 a month

The Low Carb Program can help anyone with type 2 diabetes or pre-diabetes take better control of their condition.

Reduce your blood glucose and cholesterol levels and your need for medication using educational information and healthy recipe ideas.  


Who is it suitable for?

Anyone living with type 2 diabetes or pre-diabetes.

How does it work?

The Low Carb Program is a QISMET-accredited platform that helps you make lifestyle changes that can improve your health. It offers advice on how to manage your diabetes and information on all aspects of your condition.

The information can be personalised depending on your needs and covers sleep, stress, mental health, stopping smoking and blood glucose testing.

A team of mentors will help you set achievable targets and offer advice and support to help you reduce your blood glucose and cholesterol levels, as well as your weight.

You can use the Low Carb Program app to browse over a thousand recipes and meal plans, track your progress, stay up-to-date, and find support from a global community of more than 400,000 people.

Your GP or nurse will provide you with a free access code if the Low Carb Program is available via referral in your area.

Report an issue

You can contact the developer directly to report any issue or if you have any questions about this product.

Please share the details through our contact form for our records.

How do I access it?

The Low Carb Program is free via GP referral in some areas. Subscriptions cost either £14.99 a month or £69.99 a year. You can download the app for free from the App Store or Google Play.

Page last reviewed: 21/12/2018
Next review due: 21/12/2021


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