taking control over sugar in just 12 weeks; naturally and safely

The Blood Sugar Challenge Program – Taking Control In 12 Weeks


Why This Program?

High blood sugar levels also known as pre-diabetes is rising exponentially in Australia.

Stats & Facts:

A total of 1,108,301 people are currently registered with type 2 diabetes in Australia by the NDSS.
Last year in Australia, a staggering 63,122 people with type 2 diabetes were newly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. This is equivalent to 173 new type 2 diabetes registrants every day.

Of these:

  • 193 people were aged 15 years or younger
  • 891 people were 16 to 20 years old
  • 5,809 people were 21 to 29 years old
  • 295,980 people were 40 to 59 years old
  • 775,122 people (70%) were 60 years or older, making this the highest risk category
  • 267,506 people (24%) with type 2 diabetes required insulin to manage their diabetes

The rate of type 2 diabetes is increasing exponentially to the point where the AMA and the government are referring to the disease as the next major health challenge that we will face, diabetes Australia call it the silent pandemic. Disease of affluence.


Could you be one of the Australians currently at risk of pre-diabetes and how would you find out?

Many people with pre-diabetes or high blood sugar experience no signs or symptoms except for perhaps feeling tired or generally run down. In the early stages of pre-diabetes blood tests may not always be a reliable indicator of risk, there are many important risk factors that are potential early warning signs such as:

  • Genetic factors or a family history of type 2 diabetes
  • High blood pressure or feeling constantly anxious or stressed
  • Being overweight –  (The Australian Health Survey in 2012 found that nationally the number of people overweight in 2012 63.4% with almost 30% of these being obese, these figures are still rising)
  • Smoking
  • Insomnia or sleeping difficulties
  • a diet rich in processed foods or high sugar content.

If this sounds familiar, what should you do?


What should you do?

The Blood Sugar Challenge has two steps, the first step is to check your current blood sugar levels by having a simple blood test:

The blood test: HbA1C – this test returns an accurate average measurement of average blood glucose. This is important as it gives an accurate reading over period of 8 – 12 weeks unlike other simple blood sugar tests. We can do this as part of the Blood Sugar Challenge. You can see more information about the specific test here.

We will let you know within a week whether your results are within a healthy range.

If your blood sugar level is unhealthy, the second step is to join the 12 week Blood Sugar Challenge.


About the12 week Blood Sugar Challenge

We run regular free one hour information session about the program explaining how and why undertaking the Blood Sugar Challenge will make you feel physically healthier, mentally more alert, less stressed and anxious as well as reducing your blood sugar level. These are designed to give you all the information you need to decide whether the Challenge is for you.

If you decide to do the Blood Sugar Challenge, over 12 weeks you’ll spend one-on-one time health professionals who will help you implement strategies to manage your blood sugar levels long term. By preventing the onset of type 2 diabetes and keeping your blood sugar level healthy you’ll reduce the risk or developing diabetes and all of the associated health problems.

We’re starting the Blood Sugar Challenge in Brisbane first, so… if you;


Live in Brisbane and are ready to take step 1

Fill out the simple form below and we’ll contact you about taking a HbA1C blood test.

Blood Sugar Challenge