numbers-on-home-page1FIRST CONSULTATION

Each individual has unique medical and nutritional needs. Consultations are on a one-on one basis where the specific dietary problem will be discussed in-depth and the appropriate dietary treatment will then be administered. Patient goals and objectives will then be discussed and decided upon in conjunction with the patient’s requirements and dietary preferences. The development of your diet and eating plan will take into consideration the dietary preferences of each patient in order to provide effective dietary advice which is easy to follow and provides results.

Duration: 1 hours

What to bring:

• Recent medical tests & blood results.
• List of current medications and supplements you use.

What to expect:

• A full medical and nutritional assessment.
• Interpretation of available blood works.
• A total body Scan (Bio-Impedance) test, to establish weight, body fat percentage, frame size, hydration status, muscle mass and speed of metabolism.
• Optional cholesterol, blood glucose and blood pressure tests during consult.

What you will get:

Based on the information provided by the client and the results of the Bio-Impedance scan and other tests, we will provide you with dietary advice Our recommendations include:

• Your ideal weight, body fat percentage and BMI.
• Dietary adjustments, including an individual eating plan.
• Lifestyle advice focused on disease prevention.

Nutritional supplements, combinations for optimum health and weight loss/maintenance.


numbers-on-home-page2FOLLOW – UP CONSULT

The second assessment is essentially a follow-up consultation in which the patient gives feedback on the diet and exercise regime assigned to him/her. These plans are streamlined to eradicate any problems which the patient may have experienced with the diet and exercise regimes in order to make them more practical and doable. For example, patients who don’t have the time to eat at certain times of the day will be encouraged to snack on food during the day which is more portable and convenient, yet still in line with their eating regimes. Patients who struggle to consume the correct amount of protein or vitamins in a day will be encouraged to use supplementary shakes and protein bars. The purpose of the second assessment is to make sure that the diet and exercise regime allocated to patients is still in line with the demands of each individual’s unique lifestyle. This is the crux of our Dietetic services – to provide dietary treatment without entirely compromising on lifestyle or preferences.

Duration: 30 to 60 minutes

What to expect:

• Follow-up Bio-impedence test to measure new data on weight, body fat percentage, frame size, hydration status, muscle mass and speed of metabolism.

What you will get:

• Monitoring of your progress to achieve your health goals.
• Adjustments to your eating plan and exercise regime for maximum benefit.
• Recommendations on further lifestyle adjustments.
• Additional supplementing to aid your patients progress.