What is it?
DREAM Plan 3 is a 12-week programme which aims to kick type 2 diabetes into remission. The programme consists of recipes, menus and supportive strategies, as well as exercise and meal plans. The content of the course revolves around the 3 ideals of DREAM Plan 3:
Dietary choices are important however, DREAM Plan 3 aims to be more than just a diet. It is a lifestyle change that promotes healthy living and changing the way you approach and perceive nutrition and exercise.
The impact on you
The remission of type 2 diabetes and the conversion to a healthier more fulfilling lifestyle. DREAM Plan 3 promotes eating, activities and mindfulness. As well as focusing on breaking unhealthy habits helping to promote positive mental attitude.
One of the most important elements of the programme is an emphasis on mindfulness. DREAM Plan 3 teaches you how to overcome bad dietary choices. This is achieved by changing your perception towards food and exercise, creating healthy cycles and increasing positive mental attitude. A positive mental attitude plays a huge role when you are looking at pushing type 2 diabetes into remission, it is important to remember that a lot of our dietary choices have been developed based on our opinion and emotional attachments to food – DREAM Plan 3 looks at these attachments and works on breaking down bad habits and tackling the cause of bad habits to create a healthier cycle.
DREAM Plan 3 aims to kick your type 2 diabetes into remission, providing help through tips, tricks and ideas that can be adapted and maintained after programme completion to help you remain healthy and happy.
4 million people in the UK have type 2 diabetes, a reversible condition. Type 2 diabetes affects people in every aspect of their daily lives and can negatively impact on mental health and livelihood. We can change this; by helping people remiss their diabetes, we can create a healthier society and help those who are struggling with their eating, activities and mindfulness to positively impact their lives. Diabetes remission is possible, it is achievable and together we can make it happen.