What can diabetics eat for breakfast? Download this FREE guide.
Ten amazing recipes using a wide range of products that are simple and easy to make. Using fresh ingredients, without complicated processes or equipment. Some can be prepared the night before for the early risers and some may be better suited to lazy Sunday mornings around the house. We hope there is something for everyone…
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Who Am I?
I am James Belbin. I have successfully managed my Type 2 Diabetes for about 5 years. Having spent most of my life overweight, I decided at age 40 enough was enough, I quit my high stress job and took myself back to school to study nutrition and behaviour coaching. I was fed up with years of yo-yo and fad dieting. I had to change, my diet wasn’t working for me, no matter what i tried. Studying to become a nutritionist soon made me realise where I was going wrong. It wasn’t so much the food I ate, it was my relationship with food and the ways I used food to sooth my emotions and lack of confidence. It has been an eye-opening experience learning to understand how long term dieting affects our confidence in what is optimal for us to eat. I am now fully qualified and have chosen to specialise on obesity and diabetes management. I currently reside in Lancing, West Sussex with my partner Nini and two wonderful children. Tallulah (4) and Max (1). I very much look forward to helping you create super fun breakfast recipes that will support getting your diabetes under control.
“James taught me how to eat properly. I learnt what to eat, where to buy it and how to prepare it. Informal, full of helpful suggestions, and inspired me to shop for and prepare healthier meals than I had been used to.”
“I found the documents produced by James Belbin a good point of reference when I’m feeling a bit lost.”
“Not only have I lost a considerable amount of weight, but my blood sugars are dramatically lower to such an extent that I’m not required to see my diabetic nurse for another six months..”