The pathological changes associated with type 2 diabetes (T2D) can be reversed through lifestyle measures, in some cases leading to remission.1 The low carbohydrate diet (LCD) is recognised as an effective option that is clinically inexpensive with few side effects.2 Many patients are achieving significant improvements in glycaemic control, with associated reduction in drug costs from cessation of hypoglycaemic agents.3 Digital-technology behaviour change solutions for T2D remission are being delivered at scale.4 Primary care clinicians need to be competent to adjust diabetes medications appropriately in individuals who follow an LCD.

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