National Obesity Awareness Week 12 – 18 January 2015
Taking place in the second week of January is National Obesity Awareness Week 2015. This year NOAW is asking people in the UK to make a New Year’s resolution to help improve the nation’s health. From being more physically active to cooking more healthily NOAW are asking you to get involved and make your health New Year’s resolution!
The aim of the week is to highlight the public health issue that obesity presents but also provide the public with more information and advice on the ways they can improve their health to prevent or tackle obesity.
“Obesity is one of the great public health issues of our time, and it is important that local communities come together to help each other to support their health and wellbeing.” Professor David Haslam, Chairman of the National Obesity Forum, and CCH AAB member
CCH encourage you to post your New Year’s Resolutions and receive information on healthy eating, nutrition and exercise by visiting the National Obesity Awareness Week 2015 website.