Scientifically based Supported by research
The 1:1 Diet by Cambridge Weight Plan is research-proven to be safe and effective. See the studies here.
The 1:1 Diet was founded by Dr Alan Howard way back in the 60's. He was one of the original pioneers of obesity research and founder of the International Journal of Obesity - who spent 50 years at the University of Cambridge, most of it researching and devising the optimum weight-loss diet.
Over the last 35 years, dozens of studies have been published on the core components to The 1:1 Diet; one-to-one support, products and Plan, consistently demonstrating their safety and efficacy. Check them out below:
Landmark Research on Diabetes
Recently, the DiRECT study, based upon our products and Plan, has changed the way doctors and dietitians all around the world think about the reversal of diabetes. You can read the full research here
Huge NHS Pilot Study Based Upon Our Plan
In fact, based upon the incredible results of DiRECT, the NHS and Diabetes UK have commissioned a pilot Type 2 diabetes remission study of 5000 patients.
Largest Ever Diabetes Prevention Study
Our products and Plan were also used successfully in the largest ever, multi-national study of diabetes prevention.
Study Subjects Keep Using The 1:1 Diet
All of the above studies resulted in over 10 kilos of weight loss and in the recent DROPLET weight-loss study, subjects again lost more than 10 kilos and improved multiple markers of health.
Subjects were so impressed with the diet plan, that 62% of them continued The 1:1 Diet at their own expense at the end of the study.
Why not take a peek at some of the other research we've got?
Battle of the Sweeteners – are some sweeteners better than others?
This study shows that sucralose (the low-calorie sweetener we use) results in better change in body weight, as compared to aspartame, saccharin and stevia extract.Read here
Another study proving it really works!
A major trial has proven that a combination of Total Diet Replacement programmes (TDRs) and one-to-one support, could lead to better weight loss results than the usual NHS care route.Read here