Diet and Nutrition
A short guide to healthy eating for primary school age children.
A poster for promoting Eating Well, Moving More and asking 'How are YOU?', ideal for campaign promotion at bus stops and at small poster sites.
This booklet is a comprehensive guide to help someone make healthier food choices to reduce their risk of developing or worsening heart and circulatory diseases.
Fed up with fad diets? This fold-out booklet is a short introduction to the British Heart Foundation weight loss plan.
A good diet, in combination with being physically active, is an important part of staying healthy and making sure that children grow well. Working on eating healthily as a family is a great challenge, and this booklet will give you all the information you need, as well as practical tips and ideas for how you can put it all into practice. Download only.
This guide looks at maintaining a healthy weight in older age, including tips on eating well if you find that you've only got a small appetite. There are also suggestions for organisations that can offer further information and advice about your options. Download only.
Eating a balanced diet and maintaining a healthy weight can have a huge impact on anyone's health and wellbeing, ensuring that your body has all the essential nutrients to function. In this booklet, there is a wealth of information on how eating healthily can help reduce the symptoms of arthritis.
Modern life makes it hard to be healthy. Without knowing it, by the time we reach our 40s and 50s many of us will have dramatically increased our chances of becoming ill later in life. The good news is that we can fight back!
Find out how to reduce the amount of saturated fat you eat using our A2-sized wallchart. It includes information on the different types of fat in food and advice on the healthiest options to choose both when cooking and eating out.
Each pack contains a wallchart, stickers and fun games designed to get children to spot higher sugar food and drinks and the healthier swap options. 3.63 million of these packs have been distributed through primary schools. You can order these for any school in your area that needs more or didn't receive them, or use them as give-aways at events or in appropriate locations such as GP surgeries, children's centres, libraries etc.
This short leaflet is for people with or at risk of high blood pressure. It explains how eating too much salt can cause high blood pressure which can lead to a heart attack or stroke. It provides practical tips on how to cut down on salt.
This short leaflet explains how eating too much sugar can cause weight gain and obesity, which increases your risk of having a heart attack, stroke and developing Type 2 diabetes. It provides simple changes you can make to cut back on sugar.
This take-home wall planner is a resource for mums, parents and carers to use at home with helpful tips on weaning and a timeline to help with the process showing what might be happening at different stages between the ages of 6-12+ months.
The Eatwell Guide shows the proportions in which different types of foods are needed to have a well-balanced and healthy diet.
What your little one eats plays an important part in keeping him or her happy, healthy and growing and developing properly.
We all want our children to grow up to be happy, healthy adults, so this booklet contains 8 easy tips to help you keep your kids feeling great. These tips have been put together by health professionals and will help your kids to eat well, move more and live longer.
A weaning poster with the key message: 'Trying new flavours, textures and tastes! How do I do it at baby's own pace?'.
This simple guide is for people who have been told they have high cholesterol, or are at risk of getting it.
This short leaflet explains why being overweight increases your risk of heart and circulatory diseases, and why where you carry excess weight on your body is important.