Life Without Diabetes

The definitive guide to understanding and reversing your Type 2 diabetes

by Professor Roy Taylor

  • Published: 26 Dec 2019
  • Price: 9.99
  • Format: B Format Paperback
  • Extent: 224p
  • ISBN: 978-1-78072-409-6
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From the pioneer of diabetes reversal and creator of the ‘Newcastle Diet’

Prof Roy Taylor is one of the world’s leading experts in type 2 diabetes, the man who discovered that this life-limiting disease was actually a reversible condition.

With his team of researchers at Newcastle University, he launched a series of studies culminating in a multi-million-pound trial, which recently confirmed that simple advice about diet could bring about lasting remission.

In Life Without Diabetes, Taylor brings all the knowledge and experience of four decades of treating people with diabetes. He explains exactly what is happening in the body as type 2 develops and presents a brilliant 3-step weight loss plan that will enable you to reverse your type 2 and live a full and healthy life beyond it.

** Includes delicious tried-and-tested recipes **

Click here for a list of suitable liquid replacement shakes as described in Life Without Diabetes.

“A terrific book, which will help a huge number of people.”
Michael Mosley
“When I met Roy in 2012, I had type 2 diabetes – and he showed me another way. Now my blood sugars are normal and my diabetes is a thing of the past.”
Dave Myers, Hairy Biker
“For anyone with type 2 diabetes, this book is a no-brainer. Follow Roy's roadmap and reverse it.”
Jimmy Nail, musician and actor

About Professor Roy Taylor

Professor Roy Taylor is Director of Magnetic Resonance Centre and Honorary and Consultant Physician at Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. He qualified in Medicine at the University of Edinburgh. In 1990-91 he learned the techniques of applying MRI to human disease as visiting Professor of Medicine at Yale University, USA, and then returned to the UK and raised GBP5.2 million to establish the Newcastle MR Centre. He is the author of over 300 scientific papers.