What have you eaten today?

Healthy eating is about more than just weight loss, it’s about keeping yourself healthy and happy by eating a balanced diet which contains a variety of foods including wholegrain carbohydrates, lean sources of protein and plenty of fruit and vegetables.

Eating well ensures that you have all the energy and nutrients that your body needs to keep you functioning well and maintaining a healthy diet can help to reduce your risk of disease and help to keep you in good health for longer.

HOW CAN ONE YOU LEEDS HELP YOU?

Making healthy lifestyle changes can be challenging but our health and wellbeing coaches can help to make to it easier by supporting you to set and monitor achievable goals, track your dietary habits, and increase your levels of physical activity.

Although the Eat Better programme can support you to lose weight, you do not need to be overweight to access this service.

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How can YOU help yourself?

Online Advice and Guidance:

The Government has lots of information on its Eatwell Guide webpage . This includes the types and quantities of foods you should be eating and how to balance a healthy meal.

You can also discover 8 tips for a healthy diet by clicking here. They also have a free calories checker you can use to check your intake.

Apps:

Download the Easy Meals app
Eat healthier versions of foods you love. You’ll find hundreds of delicious, easy meal ideas in this free app.

Download the Change4Life Be Food Smart app
The Be Food Smart app will help you see how much sugar, saturated fat and salt is really inside your food and drink.

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Black and minority ethnic (used to refer to members of non-white communities in the UK)

BMI
The body mass index (BMI) is a measure that uses your height and weight to work out if your weight is healthy. The BMI calculation divides an adult's weight in kilograms by their height in metres squared.

Eligibility Criteria
Our Cooking Skills courses are £8 per session for 8 sessions. However, you may be eligible for a subsidised rate of £2 per session, if you:

• Are from a BME community
• Are from a new or emerging community
• Have or are at risk of developing a long term health condition
• Are pregnant (including your partner)
• Have a mild to moderate health condition
• Are a care leaver
• Are in receipt of benefits

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