BCL has devised a campaign that highlights and promotes
healthy eating and encourages people to dine-out rather
than dine-in all of the time. Using a 'heart' symbol
against select dishes, restaurant patrons will be assured
that their meal has been prepared and cooked as nutritionally
as possible - that is also high in protein and lower
The heart symbol
denotes menu items that are nutritionally
suited with the Body Corporate Lifestyle nutritional
A selection of restaurants, in Brisbane and the Gold
Coast, will display a ‘heart symbol’ against
those dishes that are lower in fat whilst providing
maximum protein and energy.
“It is about giving our customers choice“,
said Johnny Gambaro, owner of Gambaro’s restaurant.
“Whilst we always provide the freshest and best
local produce available, we can now offer customers
select dishes that have been prepared using little or
no oil, together with other ingredients that are lower
in fat, higher in protein and nutritional goodness”.
“Customers that are on the BCL fitness program,
or those just wanting to eat the healthiest meals possible,
can now be assured that they are getting what they ask
for”, he said.
Balance, sustainability and commitment are essential
in achieving results.
Appointing an organisation such as Body Corporate Lifestyle,
who have the professional qualifications, the drive
to encourage clients to take that extra step and the
resources to support constant review of body analysis
will help ensure results.
Ultimately the individual wins in finally converting
a resolution to an achievement.
Restaurant participating in the BCL heart program
Bravo restaurant, Fortitude Valley (Brunswick Street)
Chez Laila restaurant,
South Bank (On the Boardwalk)
Eve’s On The River restaurant, Teneriffe
Paddington (Caxton Street)
Ginga, Japanese restaurant, South Bank (Little Stanley
restaurant, Ascot (Kingsford Smith Drive)
Lighthouse restaurant, Cleveland (Cleveland Point)
Linda’s Deli Bar, Dockside (Kangaroo Point)
Monsoon restaurant, Fortitude Valley (Brunswick Steet)
Shuck restaurant, Main Beach (Tedder Avenue)