Generic declaration and evidence base

Generic declaration and evidence base

A briefing document ‘Healthy Weight: Why Local Authority Action is needed’ has been developed to support the declaration and sets out the evidence to support improving the food and physical activity environment.

A generic version of the declaration can be found here.

Can we help?

Some local authorities may simply want to borrow from this approach and develop their own healthy weight programme.

Others may wish to draw on our policy, nutrition and communications experience to help them develop and adopt their own Declaration.

Either way, we would be delighted to hear from you





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