Whether his diagnosis has served as a wake-up call and will help Kardashian to make healthier choices in 2016 is unclear — according to a report from Radar Online earlier this week, he has yet to change his lifestyle, with a source telling the publication that he reportedly "continues to drink Red Bulls which are loaded with sugar," and "He's eating junk food, too."
"The diabetes diagnosis should have been a wake-up call for Rob, but he is in absolute denial about it," the source continued. "He refuses to monitor his blood sugar daily as doctors have told him to do. Even more frustrating is that Rob's diabetes would likely go away if he began working out and eating healthy!"
But Kardashian now has an offer of help from a company that specializes in meal plans for people with Type 2 diabetes.
According to TMZ, Five Hour Diabetic has offered Kardashian a pretty sweet deal, which would not only line his pockets but might also help his health. The company wants to use his face on advertising campaigns and social media, and they would offer him a $100,000 payday, plus profit sharing. But most important, he would also receive a lifetime membership for meal plans and medical consultations.
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