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Super deals for healthier meals

A nation-wide campaign to help us all plan affordable healthier meals was launched today by the Public Health Minister Anne Milton and TV chef Ainsley Harriott. Change4Life’s New Year’s new Supermeals campaign will offer money off healthy ingredients, such as … Read more → – Super deals for healthier meals

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Less haste, less waste and a smaller waist

Plan your meals to save pounds and lbs UK households can be healthier and could save up to £1,500 a year by simply planning their weekly food shop, a new Change4Life survey has revealed today. It shows that simple steps … Read more → – Less haste, less waste and a smaller waist

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Department of Health moves to life course approach and streamlines its communications agencies

In a bid to improve the communication of public health messages to help people live healthy lives and to increase the efficiency of its campaigns, the Department of Health has streamlined its agency operation. From 1 January, one agency – … Read more → – Department of Health moves to life course approach and streamlines its communications agencies

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Government calls time on obesity

A bid to slash five billion calories off the nation’s daily diet was set out as part of the Government’s ambitious new plan to tackle obesity by the Department of Health today. The obesity Call to Action announces a new … Read more → – Government calls time on obesity

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Change4Life and Sportacus tackle our lazy towns

Change4Life is teaming up with super hero Sportacus to inspire children around the country to ditch their junk food and tuck into more ‘Sports Candy’, Public Health Minister Anne Milton announced today. The popular children’s show LazyTown has partnered with … Read more → – Change4Life and Sportacus tackle our lazy towns

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Lancet publishes series of obesity articles

The Lancet has published a series of articles on obesity which suggest that 40 per cent of adults could be obese by 2030 if current trends continue. In response, Health Minister Anne Milton said: “We will be saying more about … Read more → – Lancet publishes series of obesity articles

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