The NHS is a vital resource if we fall ill - but who is working to stop people falling ill in the first place? That's why we've set up Health Action Campaign. As we all know prevention is better than cure. We'd welcome your support for our campaign to make health a higher priority.
Health Action Campaign Dalton House 60 Windsor Avenue, London, Surrey, SW19 2RR
Our research, undertaken with King’s College London, has been published in Perspectives in Public Health.
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Here is our written submission to the House of Commons Health and Social Care Committee – which quoted some of our evidence in its May 2018 report.
We have also given our verdict on the government's 2018 Childhood Obesity Plan.
And contributed to a Food Matters Live podcast, exploring how behaviour change can be achieved to reduce levels of obesity.
What behaviour do people consider healthy? What changes do they make to try to become healthier - and why? How successful are they and what can we learn from their experience?
We interviewed over a thousand people to help shed more light on this. Find out more about the findings from our research into Health Behaviour Change, undertaken in partnership with Kingston University.
You may also be interested in Health Behaviour Change - A Beginner's Guide.
Our report into the health and economic implications for the UK of mass producing food high in sugar, salt, saturated fat and refined carbohydrates (S3RC).
We are a member of the national Obesity Health Alliance – and share the Alliance’s commitment to reduce obesity in the UK.
Health Action Campaign Annual Review 2018 - 2019