Diabetes Digital Media launch low carb app endorsed by NHS

Adapted from The Times  January 6 2019 by Peter Evans

The better late than never NHS has finally endorsed a phone app that helps diabetics stick to a low carb diet.

Diabetes Digital Media based in Warwick have had their app, The Low Carb Program, accepted by the NHS apps library.  DDM has partnered with Ascensia Diabetes Care to allow patients free use of the app when recommended by GPs.

DDM was founded by Arjun Panesar and Charlotte Summers. Their company is on track to make sales of 1.7 m this year.

 

5 thoughts on “Diabetes Digital Media launch low carb app endorsed by NHS”

  1. I’m a type 1 diabetic for 25 years now and I’ve never went on a Keto diet until 1 year ago. I started the low carb high healthy fats diet because I was feeling tired and lethargic all the time and needed a change. After a few days with the diet I started feeling much better and now I have a ton of energy and feel great. So the Keto diet (low carbs high healthy fats) absolutely works! Kenny 🙂

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  2. I’m a type 1 diabetic for 25 years now and I’ve never went on a Keto diet until 1 year ago. I started the low carb high healthy fats diet because I was feeling tired and lethargic all the time and needed a change. After a few days with the diet I started feeling much better and now I have a ton of energy and feel great. So the Keto diet (low carbs high healthy fats) absolutely works! Kenny 🙂

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