Daisy’s latest extraordinary man, Eranda Wickramasinghe, talks about how he put his prediabetic status into remission and now helps others to do the same as an Ambassador for the PHC in the UK.
He describes himself as a “passionate patient advocate for anyone suffering from type 2 diabetes, prediabetes or obesity” and is part of a pilot scheme in the UK that is having a really positive impact.
As the Harpenden Ambassador for the UK charity, The Public Health Collaboration, Eranda is a passionate patient advocate for anyone suffering from type 2 diabetes, prediabetes or obesity. In his own words:
‘It’s possible to reverse* (*technical term is remission) these through simple and manageable lifestyle changes, to feel happier and healthier, and to live a life of abundance.
It starts with hope, the simple idea that “things can get better for me and there is a realistic way for me to feel happier and healthier”. Hope combined with support opens up a world of possibilities. It doesn’t take superhuman effort or willpower, it just takes the willingness to believe things can get better and to take small steps to make it so, with support every step of the way.
I’m also the proud dad of a wonderful little boy, and the luckiest husband in the world with the most brilliant, beautiful and supportive wife I could hope for – grateful every day for the life and love I have.’
Public Health Collaboration:
Short version of Fasting Lane article:
Long version of Fasting Lane article:
Intermittent Fasting Resources:
Low Carb resources:
Low Carb Facebook group:
UK Low Carb https://www.facebook.com/groups/2663344507076338
Atomic Habits by James Clear
Life in the Fasting Lane by Dr Jason Fung, Megan Ramos and Eve Mayer
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