This package includes an initial 45 minute individual consultation via skype, telephone or in person with one of our Accredited Practising Dietitians.
Plus the Portion Perfection Kit which contains everything you need to get your portion sizes right.
Visit valid for 6 months from purchase. Health fund rebates may apply.
This package represents a 15% discount off standard consultation fees.
By choosing the pre-paid option on our 'Appointments' tab.
Cancellation policy requires 24 hours advance notice for appointment cancellation.
For individual visits for those who already have the pack, just book directly via the 'Make a Booking' tab or phone 07 5536 6400.
•Amanda Clark has written Portion Perfection to help us regain portion control by being aware of quantity and being selective in the products we buy. With over 20 years of experience, Amanda has determined our most commonly prepared and bought meals and foods, and through careful analysis, determined exactly what is the right amount for us to maintain a healthy weight. Portion Perfection is an innovative pictorial guide book showing you how much food is right to eat for any meal or snack. The book contains guides for men, women and children with clear portion sizes.
•The Plate is designed to guide you towards a main meal which is balanced in nutrients and controlled in calories (comes with a how-to-use booklet). The words around the plate relate to conscious eating which is a strategy for feeling satisfied on the smaller portion.
•The Bowl has been created to provide portion guidance for cereals, soups, stews and desserts. The 1 cup measurement on the Portion Perfection Bowl is based on the volume of 250g of water. A standard 1 cup measurement differs from country to country, the Portion Perfection Bowl uses this scientific measurement to ensure accuracy.
•The Healthy Snack Bible is a handy, pocket sized, quick reference to those 'everyday' and 'occasional' snack foods in 100 calorie (420kj) and 200 calorie (840kj) portions.
WARNING: Melamine is not suitable for microwave heating, or for the serving of very high temperature foods such as fried foods and boiling soups.
•Cleaning should take place promptly and on a regular basis to avoid staining.
•Do not use harsh or abrasive cleansers, steel wool, or metal pot scrubbers/scouring pads to clean.
•Use only plastic pads or plastic-type bristle scrubbers to remove dried food.
•Do not use chlorine bleach or chlorine-based products on melamine products.
•For best results, use a high-alkaline base solution for regular dishwashing.