Achieve clinical outcomes with dietary interventions

We partner with clinics and specialists in promoting sustainable weight loss, reducing medication dependency, and lowering HbA1c

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Dr. Kesar Sedhra
GP at Manor Park Medical Centre

"Theoretically, it is all well and good to tell a diabetic to give up carbohydrates in order to improve their blood sugar control. In reality, many people simply cannot bring themselves to give up the foods they are so used to eating. In many cases, low-carb alternatives to popular foods can help soften the blow...Bread and chapattis can be made using flour with a lower glycaemic index, such as Fiberflour, and whilst these still cause in increase in blood sugar, it is modest compared to normal white and brown breads."

Type 2 Diabetes and South Asians – Achieving Results with Dietary Interventions


Clive Sparke

"I was diagnosed as a Type 2 Diabetic three years ago after being subjected to a year long  course of steroids to combat a form of pneumonia that I had prior to heart valve replacement.. I have since adopted a very low carbohydrate diet and my blood sugars have been controlled and managed with little difficulty.

The main culprits for me were bread, rice, pasta and potato. I miss bread more than anything and, until now, had not found a replacement. It is a real luxury to enjoy bread made with FiberFlour."

Surjit Chaggar

"My doctor sent me to a dietician and hospital, but he also prescribed me pills. I was on two tablets a day. I went to the dietician but it didn’t help. The chapatis were raising my sugar levels. I was willing to try anything at this point. In the past I tried different diets...salads, etc. But with FiberFlour I could still eat the curries that I love.

Before my sugar level would shoot up between 9-11 and now it remains within 6-7 even after eating two chapatis. It started working after about 2 weeks. In the third week I saw a lot of change."

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