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If you have been diagnosed with or are concerned you may have a serious underlying medical (e.g. terminal conditions like cancer), psychological or serious psychiatric condition then please consult your doctor/physician before undertaking any of our plans. The advice may not be suitable for you in those cases.

Please read our health policy for full details.
Yes, you can follow our plans with any religious restrictions. Some of these restrictions have already been taken into consideration in our meal plans. Our team is always open to receiving your questions and we will try our best to accommodate your needs.
Currently the information obtained on this website is intended for individuals who are 18 years or older. Any one who is keen on weight management and below 18 years of age should seek help from us through their parent(s)/guardian(s).You will still be able to come for consultations or join a specialist plan as long as you have a parent/guardian with you.
We do not currently offer a weight management plan for women who are pregnant.However, you can join the plan after pregnancy. Most women struggle to lose weight after pregnancy. Weight management during pregnancy should be closely monitored to assess your progress through pregnancy and the baby’s well being. Your General practitioner, midwife or obstetrician should monitor your weight.You will find excellent resources for weight management before, during and after pregnancy in www.simplyweight.co.uk. Please register to get all the information you need. Any changes you wish to adopt should be done only after consultation with your doctor and/or midwife.
Of course! We can provide delicious and healthy alternative options for anyone who is vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free etc. If you have any unique requirements then simply ask and we will do our best to accommodate your needs!
Yes, you can. In our screening we take into account any allergies you have. Also, the beauty of our plans is that there is no set menu that you must follow. However we do offer this option for those who want it.
We have had many people reduce or even completely go off insulin injections and medications for diabetes following the plan. Improving and/or managing your diabetes is definitely possible!
Risk factors for developing Type 2 diabetes include:

Overweight or obesity, Family history of Type 2 diabetes,

Large waist circumference (more than 80cm for women and 94 for men, For South Asian men: less than 90cms),

People from African-Caribbean, Black African, Chinese or South Asian backgrounds and over 25 years of age,

History of high blood pressure, heart attack, stroke, polycystic ovary syndrome, gestational diabetes, schizophrenia, bipolar illness, depression or taking anti-psychotic medications

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