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Guest Blog: East Lancashire Hospitals sign up to NHS-style Declaration

Zac Rayson, East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust’s Nutrition Advisor, is a Registered Associate Nutritionist (ANutr) having earned an MSc in Nutrition in January 2015. First involved with the Trust as a volunteer – undertaking such works as developing its food

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Cumbria announces county-wide declaration on Healthy Weight

Cumbria’s seven district and county councils are pledging to make tackling obesity a top priority. Announced at the Healthy Weight Summit on Friday 23rd March in Penrith to over 100 delegates, all seven district councils in the county will be

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Public Health England targets calories in new obesity drive

New research from Public Health England indicates that across the lifespan, we are all eating too many calories every day in England. Most of us know the recommended guidance on calorie intake – 2,000 for women and 2,500 for men,

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Latest Food Active Bulletin – February Edition

Keep up to date with the latest from Food Active with our monthly bulletins. This month’s bulletin is packed with updates on our latest work, including the Healthy Weight Declaration being featured in the World Cancer Research Fund’s obesity policy

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Sheffield prepares to Give Up Loving Pop!

Sheffield City Council’s Public Health team are in the final stage of preparing for a three week GULP challenge in three secondary schools across the city region. In Sheffield, more than one third of children start secondary school at an

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Healthy Weight Declaration featured on World Cancer Research Fund Policy Database

Food Active’s Local Authority Declaration on Healthy Weight has been featured on the World Cancer Research Fund NOURISHING Policy Framework Database update. The framework brings together ten policy areas across three domains: food environment, food system and behavior change communication.

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AfN North West Study Day: Nutrition for an Ageing Population

The Association for Nutrition (AfN) recently held their North West Regional study day at the University of Chester, which brought together registered nutritionists from different sectors and aspiring nutrition students to discuss ‘Nutrition for an Ageing Population’. The AfN is

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Can where you live make you obese?

The childhood obesity crisis in England hits the headlines yet again this week. Public Health England mapped childhood obesity in the England using the data coming from the national child measurement program. For the first time, the data ranked every

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Latest Food Active Bulletin – January Edition

Keep up to date with the latest from Food Active with our monthly bulletins. This month’s bulletin is packed with news and updates from the #GiveUpLovingPop campaign, delivered in two boroughs in Greater Manchester, our response to the Transport for

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