The first appointment will include a detailed and comprehensive nutritional assessment including anthropometry (body measurements), biochemistry as necessary, clinical history and examination as well as a dietary assessment. This will help tailor specific recommendations geared towards your health and nutritional goals. The latter half of the consult will involve nutrition education empowering the patient to successfully manage their own diet through dietary advice and modifications.
Follow up appointments may be deemed necessary. The purpose of these visits is to assess and improve compliance through dietary adjustments where necessary. This is generally 20-30 minutes long.
*Discovery Health Medical Aid Rates Apply
October 2, 2017