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The Portion Perfection Book & Plate Pack includes the Portion Perfection for Bariatrics pictorial book + 4 Week Weight Loss Menu Plan + Healthy Snack Bible + Free Vegetable Cookbook + Porcelain Bariatric Plate (set of 4 plates).
Portion Perfection for Bariatrics is low on words and high on pictures so it's easy because seeing is understanding. This book has been designed for those having undergone gastric banding, sleeve gastrectomy or gastric bypass surgery. Amanda Clark has determined our most commonly prepared and bought meals and foods, and through careful analysis, determined exactly how much to have. She has added tips regarding specific foods that can be a problem for gastric banding and advice from those who have had surgery.
4 Week Weight Loss Menu plan is developed by Amanda and her team with recipes that are specifically designed with Portion Perfection in mind, so you don't need to worry about calculations. Simply choose a menu plan, follow the nutritious recipes and enjoy delicious food. Includes: 3 flexible menu plans for the whole family (based on men, women, children and bariatric plans), easy to follow recipes with visual guides and every day ingredients found in your local supermarket
The Healthy Snack Bible - a handy pocket size guide is a quick reference to those 'everyday' and 'occasional' snack foods in 100 calorie (420kj) and 200 calorie (840kj) portions.
Free Vegetable Cookbook - a beautifully presented cookbook laden with colourful low starch vegetables. Suitable for use during Very Low Calorie Diets (shakes) and a perfect addition to any meal. Portion Perfection recommends half a plate of low starch vegetables at least once every day.
The Portion Perfection Bariatric Plate (porcelain), is a practical tool for those with a gastric band, sleeve gastrectomy or gastric bypass. The plate shows markings to guide the type of food to make up a main meal and the words around the plate relate to all the behaviours required to get the best food tolerance with your surgery and indicates the approximate aperture of the well adjusted band.
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