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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.

  • Weight loss often tops many a holiday preparation list, and with good reason, as fine weather, fresh food and a positive frame of mind combine to help you lose weight in su

  • Whether you’re looking to lose weight, exercise more or just generally improve your health, being smart about your goal-setting can make a huge difference to your lon

  • The negative impact of free sugars on our teeth and general health has been well-publicised for some time now. However, there also appears to be a great deal of confusion a

  • It’s time to get active! The link between physical inactivity and obesity is well established. What’s also gradually becoming clearer is the link between physical act

  • Lots of parents tell us they struggle with getting their children to eat their 5 a day. There’s also a lot of confusion about what counts as a portion of fruit or veg

  • At Achieve Oxfordshire we believe that a healthy family lifestyle starts in the home. Everyone in the family needs to get involved for positive changes to have a real impac

  • Sign up to our mailing list to grab our free healthy family resource pack: 21 recipes, a week-long family-friendly meal plan, an activity tracker and reward sheet, and a he

  • Is it possible to lose weight while sitting at your desk? The good news is there are ways around the health challenges that we all risk facing from spending most days sitti

  • 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