A Healthy Eating campaign giving families across Peterborough fun, easy and healthy recipes to recreate at home
There are a number of services who can help support you with healthy eating
Our free healthy lifestyles club running in schools and community settings
A ten week structured programme concerning nutrition and exercise, for adults looking for weight management.
To help you reduce the amount of sugar your children are consuming and choose healthier snacks while shopping, Change4Life is encouraging you to use the new simple tip – ‘Look for 100 calorie snacks, two a day max!’
Rather than mindlessly popping whatever is in front of you in your mouth, spend a moment thinking about whether you really want it, or are just eating it because it’s there.
Find out how to achieve a healthy, nutritious diet to help you look and feel your best.
Understanding what to eat as part of a healthy balanced diet can be confusing. There are five main types of foods to include in your diet, and it is important to each a variety of different foods within each group.
Do you and your family eat the recommended five portions of fruit and vegetables a day? A few small changes can help to increase your intake.
Just one in three Peterborough adults are a healthy weight. There is no ideal weight that suits everyone. Each person is different and your healthy weight is determined by factors that are unique to you.
Many of us eat too much salt without realising. You may be surprised that most of the salt we eat is hidden in the foods we buy or eat out.
We all need to eat less fat to help keep ourselves healthy. Too much fat in our diet can cause us to gain weight and increase our risk of heart disease and stroke.
Many takeaway foods are high in calories, fat, salt and sugar which all have an impact on your health.
There are so many different recipes you can try. Here are just a few suggestions of places to look for healthier inspiration.
We need 6-8 glasses of fluid every day to stay hydrated.
Some foods, such as processed foods, red meat and salt-preserved foods, can increase the risk of developing cancer, while others, such as fruits, vegetables and foods high in fibre, can reduce the risk of cancer.
After smoking, obesity is the second biggest preventable cause of cancer. In England, over 60% of the population is overweight or obese.
We can eat 6,000 calories on Christmas Day alone, which is about 3 times as many calories as we need in a day. You can make this Christmas a healthy one and still enjoy delicious food.
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