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The Blog

Inspiring ideas…

In this weekly blog our guest contributors share stories from their own weight loss journeys to provide you with the tips, healthy recipes and motivation you need to achieve yours.

  • Focus on brisk walking, rather than just counting steps. That’s the message Achieve Healthy Weight Loss Oxfordshire are encouraging residents to act on over the summe

  • Every month we provide hundreds of clients across Oxfordshire with Slimming World vouchers to get them started on a weight loss programme. Alan started attending in October

  • With the third league of Man v Fat Football kicking off in Bicester this week, we caught up with one of last league’s biggest successes to get his take on the program

  • It’s time to get walking this May! Not only does walking help you maintain a healthy weight and prevent health conditions, but it can also improve your mental well-be

  • In this week’s blog our Healthy Weight Practitioner Frauke shares her top weight loss tips to carry your weight loss journey right through the summer.     You

  • Sign up to our mailing list to grab some healthy eating resources: a pack of 23 recipes, 8 simple food swap ideas, 2 workout sheets and a blank food diary to support you in

  • Frauke, our Healthy Weight Practitioner shares her eating habits in a typical day at work. Check out the video below for more information and a few tips on how to eat healt

  • You are on a mission to create new healthy eating habits that will stop calories creeping up on you once and for all. Not even Mr Bond could beat the determination you feel

  •  Making healthy choices and sticking to the 400-600-600 plan can be hard when food labels seem to be deliberately written to confuse.     Do you look at food labels wh