You may find our Weight Management Service Food Diary, Food Planner and Shopping List useful for keeping track of your current and future eating habits and routine.
There is also a wide variety of online guidance and a range of tools available, whether you are trying to lose weight yourself, or care for a child or teenager and need help to talk to them about weight loss and fitness.
We’ve collated some of our favourites.
Our team of dietitians have put together some helpful information to promote correct nutritional information during the Covid-19 pandemic: Healthy eating advice during the Covid-19 pandemic
Enjoy our animated video – “Why you should eat your five a day”
A cast of colourful superhero characters explain the benefits of fruits and vegetables, as well as what counts as a portion, and why we should “eat the rainbow”!
Healthy weight for children
Health for kids
Healthy eating for children
“What’s the connection between food and mood?” contains five tips for improving our mood through the food we eat. It also discusses the importance of regular meals for maintaining blood sugar levels, and the effects of different foods on our mood.
Healthy eating for teens
Health for teens
“Why should we increase our physical activity?” features five simple tips on how to increase exercise day-to-day and the benefits of doing so:
LRS Get Active
Make Your Move – Adults
Make Your Move – Older Adults
Start the weight loss plan – a 12 week diet and exercise plan from the NHS
Weight loss food factsheet – tips on getting ready to lose weight from the British Dietetic Association
One you – tools to help you make better health choices from health quizzes to recipe ideas from the NHS
Top tips to get your five a day
Understanding your weight
Taking control of sugar
Taking control of saturated fat
Taking control of salt
Swap your snacks
Cut down on salt
Reducing your risk – for people of African and African Caribbean origin in the UK
Reducing your risk – for people of South Asian origin in the UK
We offer a range of online support including text, phone and skype. Face to face appointments are also available.
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