The BBC quoted Isobel Murray, 65, who weighed 95 kilograms at the beginning of the experiment, and always suffered from blood sugar levels, saying that she lost over 25 kg and no longer needs diabetes pills.
She went on to the all-liquid diet for 17 weeks, giving up cooking and shopping.
She even ate apart from her husband, and results were great. Meals came in the form of sachet of powder that is stirred in water to make a soup or shake. They contain about 200 calories.
Prof. Roy Taylor, from Newcastle University who is known for his research on the possibility of eradicating type 2 diabetes (see Asharq Al-Awsat September 14 2017): “reducing calorie intake by 75% heals Diabetes. The experience is very important because it proves that diabetes is a preventable disease.”