Inspiring healthy lifestyles

Being aware of the specific requirements for different health conditions and lifestages is also important as health isn’t “one size fits all”. Convenience food, such as microwave ‘ready meals’, often has too much salt and sugar. Many people do not buy and prepare fresh food, and it’s easy to see why. Good health is not just the absence of disease or illness, it is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being. We provide compassionate care with our community, in our community.

  • A fairer start We’re working to narrow the outcome gap between children growing up in disadvantage and the national average.
  • The public needs improved transparency about what they are eating and what alternatives are available.
  • For us, innovation means turning bold ideas into reality and changing lives for the better.
  • Ageing is the biggest risk factor for the major diseases facing society today, including cancer, heart disease,
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Healthy lives

The Healthy Lifestyles team offer a wide range of healthy lifestyle information, advice and support. We can help you to quit smoking, get more active, eat more healthily, lose weight and improve wellbeing. Following a healthy balanced diet and living an active lifestyle will help you maintain a healthy body weight. This page has some useful links and tips for anyone wishing to live a healthier lifestyle. Many efforts to date have put too much onus on individuals without fully recognising the influence of supermarkets, restaurants and food producers on the choices we make. To effectively reduce obesity, we must make healthy eating easier, regardless of how little money or time people have, where they live or how health-conscious they are.

  • When it comes to nutrition and health, most of us have a good idea of what we should be doing – the challenge is…
  • This section is designed for
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