“I was gaining weight every month. As much as I tried on my own to lose weight, I was gaining weight. I’ve achieved what I feel are very good results. I’ve lost 4 stone, 56 pounds in 6 months. By losing the weight, I’m more confident, I’m fitter, I’m more agile, and I will continue using it.”
“I started using the Liva programme end of January 2021. It was a recommendation from my doctor.
So, using the Liva programme, I’ve reduced my weight by 3 stone.
I’ve reduced my Hba1c level from 49 to 34 mmol/mol. My coach tells me, that’s amazing.”
“Since I’ve started on the Liva programme, my blood sugar levels have come down from 108 to 56 mg/dL and I’ve managed to lose 5kg in weight. I feel more energized, more active and more full of life. The Liva app is brilliant because it is easy to access. It is all done through my mobile phone, and it is easy to import my daily steps, daily intake of certain foods, drinks and exercise.“
(2) Liva manage programmes in the UK and Denmark (2020 – 2021)
(3) National Diabetes Prevention Programme in the UK, 2019
(4) Christensen, J.R.; Laursen, D.H.; Lauridsen, J.T.; Hesseldal, L.; Jakobsen, P.R.; Nielsen, J.B.; Søndergaard, J.; Brandt, C.J. Reversing Type 2 Diabetes in a Primary Care-Anchored eHealth Lifestyle Coaching Programme in Denmark: A Randomised Controlled Trial. Nutrients 2022, 14, 3424. https://doi.org/10.3390/nu14163424
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