Healthy Eating

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Inconvenient truths

The Health Survey for England highlights unhealthy behaviours, pharmacy teams can help people make a positive change.

Taking control of snacking

Helping parents take control of their children’s snacking is the focus of Public Health England's latest Change4Life campaign and the first promoting healthier snacks.

Nation’s eating habits “huge cause for concern”

Two-thirds of adults eat three or fewer portions of fruit and/or vegetables a day, a new survey by Diabetes UK has revealed.

An egg-cellent start to the day

Eating eggs for breakfast could help middle-aged people retain muscle mass as they get older, suggests a recent study.

The diet debate

A controversial new report calls for a reversal in the way we approach obesity and healthy eating.  

Is diet and weight loss advice flawed?

The National Obesity Forum has claimed that NHS diet and weight loss advice is flawed, sparking a row with PHE.

‘Activity equivalent’ food labelling proposed

RSPH calls for the introduction of ‘activity equivalent’ calorie labelling on food and drink packaging.

Half of Brits deem themselves healthy

New research reveals half of Britons describe their health as good, with just 15 per cent admitting they're  unhealthy.

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