Life-changing Documentary Coming Soon To ITV
Woohoo today is the official day I am allowed to talk about this groundbreaking ITV health documentary. The Fast fix. I was so honoured to be chosen for this. It has been so frustrating because I have been part of this now since last year and have been bursting at the seams to tell everyone about it. For those of you that do not know, back in January this year I lived in a house with four complete strangers. I did this for 4 full weeks. That was an experience in itself I can tell you. But, there was an extremely important reason why we did that.
Attempt To Reverse Type 2 Diabetes
Believe me, this really is a groundbreaking ITV health documentary. The trial that we took part in is the first televised clinical trial of this nature. We were all placed on a very low-calorie diet using Exante diet meal replacements. I mean very low and this was for a very good reason. Our goal was to reverse our type 2 diabetes.
Can you imagine living with four complete strangers? Under these stressful conditions? On top of that, we also underwent numerous tests and challenges thrown in to aid us in our quest. It didn’t take long until we knew things about each other that no one else did, or wanted to! We lived together for four full weeks and then carried on with the diet at home. But no let up as we were filmed along the whole journey.
During this time we were looked after by two fabulous Professors. One of the Professors, Professor Roy Taylor is the leading voice in Diabetes. Also, the fantastic Professor Jason Gill whose passion for this cause was infectious. We also had a team of local GP’s, a Nutritionist and a psychologist. Our two presenters couldn’t have been better. We had ITV’s This Morning’s doctor, Dr Zoe Williams and Anita Rani who you will know from Countryfile. We also so had the most amazing film crew you could imagine they were just fantastic and really looked after us. I can honestly say I have not cried and laughed so much as I have during this process.
New Blog Page Coming Soon
I will be setting up a separate page on my blog. This will be about the whole thing to make it easier for people to find. You can also get information once the documentary has been aired in June. I am also going to be publishing a book which will coincide with the documentary. The information for this will also be on that page.
This post today is really just a heads up. It is to let you know I will be talking about this quite a bit until it is aired and also afterwards; as it is such an important subject.
This documentary will potentially save lives and the NHS billions of pounds.
Here is the link to ITV’s press release for you to read.
Finally, here is the link to the lovely Anita Rani talking about the upcoming documentary on ITV’s Loose Women.
When Can I See It?
This documentary will be in two parts and will be shown at 9 pm on ITV on 13th and 14th June. I really advise you to watch this as it will open your eyes in ways you won’t think possible.
It’s very exciting and I am so unbelievably proud and grateful for this life-changing opportunity and experience. Believe me when I say this is a groundbreaking ITV health documentary I really mean it. Put it on your calendar.