Frozen in Time and Fit for Life



This 316 page, A4 book comes in electronic edition; downloadable, or posted to you on a Family Concern Publishing branded USB Flash Drive.

In recent years accredited practising dietitian Janet Martin BSc.,BND has worked at GO2 Health, a multidisciplinary clinic in Everton Park, Brisbane.

This book is the result of working in collaboration with doctors, physiotherapists, exercise physiologists, acupuncturists, massage therapists and others, as part of a team, providing an holistic approach to health for Australian Service Personnel.

A major target was to assist current personnel and veterans with weight management. The focus was on lifestyle, where time management is of the essence. This led to the drawing together of ideas from both clients and their partners, to manage healthy eating using weekly freezing of portion-controlled meals, as well as portion-controlled fresh salads.

These provide a store of convenient ‘Grab & Go’ meals for a busy lifestyle. The style of the book and its recipes promotes flexibility to manage family meals as well as single serves for different energy requirements, incorporating food group portion control as the key.

316 pages, fully indexed, A4 format, text and photos

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