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Research by scientists at diabetes.uk have found that a low-calorie diet can have a dramatic effect on diabetes.
Their findings revealed that a GP-accompanied low-calorie, diet-based, weight management programme caused nearly half of those who took part to go into remission.
The test group received a total diet replacement of 825-853 calories-a-day in liquid form, for three to five months.
After the liquid phase, participants were gradually reintroduced to solid foods, with ongoing support on maintaining the lower weight.
Lead researcher Professor Roy Taylor said the diet was "completely safe" - providing participants did it in conjunction with their doctors.
But the practice is still not widely adopted, and anyone thinking of trying the diet should do so only under medical supervision.