What Happens On a 60-Day Guided Reboot for Diabetes?

By: Team Reboot

If you have been diagnosed with prediabetes or already live with type 2 diabetes, you know that diet and lifestyle are important ways to help manage the condition. Understanding the disease and learning how to stabilize your blood sugar can help transform your future.

We’ve seen amazing results from those who have joined the 60-Day Guided Reboot for Diabetes. With a focus on low-glycemic juices and whole plant-based foods, this program is tailored to those who need to carefully manage blood sugar. The program has been developed by Coach Rhaya, a Reboot Nutritionist with over 10 years’ experience as a diabetes specialist, known for helping participants get on a new path of healthy living.

But don’t take our word for it. Read on to hear about real-life results and success stories from our Reboot community that include weight loss, decreased need for medications and more.*

Want to be our next Diabetes Guided Reboot success story? Sign up!

“This reboot has been an amazing experience for me. I learned so much about myself and my relationship with food that I couldn’t believe how much control I allowed food to have over my life. I had many challenges along the way and at times I wasn’t sure if I could do it but with perseverance and guidance from my amazing coach it was a success! I lost a total of 20 pounds* (and still counting down), my blood sugar is under control*, and I have more energy! The fact of the matter is… I am not the same person I was going into this 60-Day Reboot; I came through it renewed and improved!!!” — Dawn Mansfield

“This connection to a group of people going through the same experience really made it a great experience for me. The encouragement and challenges others were going through, sharing all the difficulties made the experience more real and I felt I was not suffering alone. During the 60 days, I lost 32 pounds*—going from 230 pounds to 198 pounds. I’m feeling better today than I have in years. I simply get back on track with all the tools and choices I learned during the guided reboot. We are not in this alone. We all share the same goals and want to become healthy again.” — Edward T Peters

“I decided on the guided reboot because (1) I felt like I would be held accountable to my fellow Rebooters; (2) It was an investment and a significant one so I had to be committed; and (3) I was concerned about having low blood sugar while on the reboot and wanted a resource to talk to if needed. Going into the Reboot, I was concerned that I would feel hungry all the time. I was surprised that I wasn’t hungry at all. In 8 months, I have: lost 85 pounds;* shrunk 3 shirt sizes from XXXL to L;* lost 10 inches from my waist;* am off my medications including: blood pressure, cholesterol, diabetes, CPAP;* and the pain in my knees, heel and back are gone. I very seldom have a headache but if I do it’s because I haven’t drunk enough water and not because I’d had too much caffeine or something else. There was a core group of us who helped each other along the way. When it comes right down to it, the reboot probably saved my life.” — Steve Kubik

“I managed to eliminate all my medications and yet brought my blood sugar into the target range* during the 60-Day Guided Reboot! Coach Rhaya has taught me that there is no good food or bad food. I just have to eat in a way that suits my own body.” — Chu

“This has been great—the fridge is full of veggies, soups and good food. I have lost 15 kg* and gone from 182 cm down to 127 cm in pants size.” — S. Woodcock

If you’re looking for these kinds of results, sign up for our next 60-Day Guided Reboot for Diabetes.

*Individual results may vary. Reboots are not intended to treat, cure or prevent any medical or health condition. Reboots are not recommended for everyone, and before commencing a Reboot or any other nutritional or dietary regimen, you should consult with your qualified health care provider in order to assess any potential benefits or risks to you with consideration of your personal medical situation. You should also continue to work closely with your qualified health care provider if you intend to engage in a long-term Reboot.

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