Low Carb Meal Planning for Type 2 Diabetes & Prediabetes in Australia
Gold Standard Research, Scientifically-Proven!
Our program is the first and only one of its kind in the world to be tested stringently in a blinded randomised controlled trial and proven to be highly effective to lower HbA1c, weight, BMI and medication.
Phases of the T2Diet Study
Four Phases of User-Centred Design
Robust Study Protocol Development
Randomised Controlled Trial
User Engagement Evaluation
Published Peer-Reviewed Research
T2Diet Study 16-Week Randomised Controlled Trial Results
First study worldwide to evaluate a web-based low carbohydrate nutrition program (10-<26% carbs of total energy intake) using a randomised controlled trial design – gold standard research for proving effectiveness.
All clinical outcomes had statistically and clinically significant results.
Standard Care with T2Diet Program
⬇️ 4.36 kg
⬇️ 0.77 kg
⬇️ 1.48 kgm2
⬇️ 0.27 kgm2
⬇️ Lowered medication
⬆️ Increased medication
Average results of the two groups from the T2Diet Study 16-Week Clinical Trial
This peer-reviewed paper describes the rigorous design and research methodology for the T2Diet Study 16-week behaviour change support program, describing participant selection criteria and recruitment procedures, intervention and control, research outcomes and data collection tools, and the robust data management employed for the study.
First study in the world to thoroughly explore and report user-centred design and development of a web-based dietary program for type 2 diabetes.
First digital dietary program in the world to use a unique results-oriented approach based on multiple behaviour change techniques; and the combination of psychological, communication and design theories that support literacy levels, engagement, uptake and positive health outcomes in people with type 2 diabetes.
Definition of Low Carbohydrate and the Carb-Cal Model
This paper provides the definition for low carbohydrate diets and presents a new model – the Carb-Cal Model (CCM) – that can be used as a practical tool by researchers, clinicians and health professionals to determine carbohydrate intake in relation to daily energy intake.
Published in Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice
Systematic Review: Web-based Dietary Interventions in Type 2 Diabetes
First systematic review worldwide to determine the effectiveness of web-based interventions on dietary behaviour change and glycaemic control in people with type 2 diabetes. At the time of the review, only five randomised controlled trial studies had been conducted globally, indicating the sheer paucity of data available on effective nutrition interventions. While some positive changes were demonstrated in the studies, the review confirmed the need for more well-designed digital nutrition interventions to support people with type 2 diabetes.
Published in Journal Of Medical and Internet Research
Meet Dr Jedha
DMP Founder, T2Diabetes NutritionIST & Researcher
After seeing so many of our members transform their health over the years, I merged my knowledge and experience with rigorous academic research to develop the T2Diet Program; leading some of the world’s most innovative digital health research; and changing lives with clinically meaningful health outcomes.