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Event invitation: A Healthy Diet for a Healthier Lifestyle.

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Thursday 27 February 2014

Doors open at 6pm, first speaker at 7pm.

York House, Twickenham, TW1 3AA.  

A free event on healthy eating, nutrition and living healthier lifestyles is being held on 27 February, 6pm, in Twickenham.

The event will focus on how people can live healthier and make better choices. The event offers a fantastic opportunity for people to access expert help and get useful tips that can inspire them to take the first step towards a better lifestyle.

Expert speakers will discuss nutrition and exercise, and how people can make small changes for a healthier lifestyle.  

A health fair at the beginning of the event will feature mini health checks and offer a chance to meet expert health trainers and health champions. People will also be able to sign up to free NHS services that can support them to achieve these lifestyle changes, such as programmes that support people to lose weight, stop smoking or cut down on alcohol.  

Medical Director, Rosalind Ranson said: “It’s important that people have access to the right information and support to help them lose weight and live a healthy lifestyle. This event focuses on how people can achieve their lifestyle goals and how they can make the most of the free support available on the NHS.

“Making simple changes to your diet and lifestyle can lead to massive improvements in health. We’ll be providing helpful tips and information on how people can do this.”

Pedometer challenge – how far can you go?

At the event we will also launch our pedometer challenge. Free* pedometers will be available to all attendees who sign up for the challenge to walk a bit further everyday.

For more information and details of our speakers, as they are confirmed, visit our website: www.hrch.nhs.uk.
Light refreshments will be provided.

To book your place at the event email events@hrch.nhs.uk 

*Pedometers will be issued on a first come, first served basis.