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Health Guide 5 Steps to a Healthier You WCRF UK

Details: Handy tools let you know where you're at with your health: check your BMI, cancer health and alcohol calorie intake online now; Choose another resource. Living an active life; Weight matters: keeping healthy in an unhealthy world; 5 simple steps to a healthier you; 10 ways to protect yourself against cancer; Men's health guide; Women's health …

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Men's Health Guide WCRF UK

Details: A health guide for men – here we look at the cancers most common in men and give lots of tips on how you, or the men in your life, can be healthier and. This website uses cookies to improve your experience and help us improve the website. By continuing to …

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What do humans need to stay healthy

Details: Health advice and support. Coronavirus (COVID-19) resources; Eat well during cancer; Health checks; Health professionals; Recipes; Resources for cancer prevention; Eat Move Learn; Fundraising. Why support us? Ways to donate; Fundraising events; Celebration fundraising; Give in memory; Give in a will; Play our lottery; Trusts and foundations

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Resources for Cancer Prevention Downloadable & print

Details: Health guide – just for women. Lifestyle is linked to breast, ovarian and womb cancers – but you can help make cancer less likely. Be informed. CONTACT. World Cancer Research Fund is a registered charity in England and Wales (1000739). A company limited by guarantee. Registered company in England and Wales (2536180).

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What is your 5 a day A comprehensive guide WCRF UK

Details: Women's health guide; Protect yourself against bowel cancer; Eat well during cancer; Making sense of food and drink labelling; What is a 5 A DAY portion? Related topics. 5 A DAY – are you getting yours? CONTACT. World Cancer Research Fund is a registered charity in England and Wales (1000739). A company limited by guarantee.

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BMI Calculator What is My BMI

Details: If the BMI calculator finds you are more than the ideal weight, losing just a few pounds is a great start, and can improve your health and help to lower your risk of cancer and other diseases. If your BMI indicates you are less than the ideal weight, gaining some weight could benefit your health.

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Webinars World Cancer Research Fund UK

Details: Webinars. Our webinars help health professionals get to grips with the evidence on cancer prevention in a practical way. If there are topics you'd like to see covered …

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Being healthy: what do people really think

Details: It can be hard to talk to people about the lifestyle choices needed to prevent negative health outcomes like cancer. But do people really know what causes cancer? We took to the streets to find out – and offer some practical tips on how to help people change unhealthy behaviours. We wanted to find out about people’s awareness of cancer prevention, where they source their information from

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Healthy Eating Cookbooks Buy or Download WCRF UK

Details: Healthy cookbooks to buy or download. It's easy to be inspired to create home-cooked meals that the whole family will love. Our range of cookbooks suits lots of different tastes, from warming, wintery stews to lighter, lunchtime bites.

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A guide on having conversations to support behaviour change

Details: Health awareness events Flu clinics Cancer treatment reviews Starting the conversation Look for opportunities A good way to start a conversation is to use specific events to bring up the topic of their health – this creates an invitation to talk without being too personal. Other health professionals have suggested these opportune moments:

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Understanding the barriers to behaviour change World

Details: At World Cancer Research Fund we produce lots of health tools and resources but recognise that giving people health information only goes so far when it comes to behaviour change. There are many individual, social and environmental barriers that prevent awareness being turned into action. Being aware of these can make all the difference when helping people to make healthy …

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Our cancer prevention recommendations WCRF UK

Details: Our cancer prevention recommendations. Cutting out high-calorie foods and sugary drinks. Drinking less alcohol. Losing weight. What changes could you make to your life to reduce your risk of getting cancer?

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Womb cancer World Cancer Research Fund UK

Details: Our newly updated health guide – just for women . Download or buy today. Are you at risk of getting preventable cancer? Take our test. CONTACT. World Cancer Research Fund is a registered charity in England and Wales (1000739). A company limited by guarantee. Registered company in England and Wales (2536180).

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WCRF Cancer Health Check World Cancer Research Fund

Details: About Cancer Health Check. CONTACT. World Cancer Research Fund is a registered charity in England and Wales (1000739). A company limited by guarantee. Registered company in England and Wales (2536180). Registered address: 140 Pentonville Road, London, N1 …

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Poor diet and cancer risk World Cancer Research Fund UK

Details: Health advice and support. Coronavirus (COVID-19) resources; Eat well during cancer; Health checks; Health professionals; Recipes; Resources for cancer prevention; Eat Move Learn; Fundraising. Why support us? Ways to donate; Fundraising events; Celebration fundraising; Give in memory; Give in a will; Play our lottery; Trusts and foundations

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'Be healthy' – but is it that easy

Details: Sidonie from our Health Information team looks at healthy habits and why it isn’t necessarily so easy to change your unhealthy behaviour. Working at World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF), I am well aware of what I’m supposed to do to best protect myself against cancer. And some of those behaviours I’m pretty good at – I don’t smoke and never have, I eat plenty of fruit, veg and fibre

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Obesity and coronavirus (COVID-19) World Cancer Research

Details: Dr Kate Allen, our Executive Director of Science and Public Affairs, explains why people are talking about obesity in relation to COVID-19. The COVID-19 pandemic is presenting unprecedented challenges around the world. Apart from the health risks of the coronavirus, the food we eat, the way we work and how physically active we are have all been changed and impacted in ways hardly imaginable

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Eat well during cancer World Cancer Research Fund UK

Details: Recipes, cancer advice and information from World Cancer Research Fund scientists about eating well and exercising during cancer treatment.

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After a cancer diagnosis: follow our recommendations WCRF UK

Details: Preventing a recurrence of cancer and improving general health in people living with and beyond cancer is a new focus of research and is a priority for the scientific work we fund. We also try to encourage other organisations that support cancer research to fund studies that can help us to give better advice to people with a diagnosis than is

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How has health messaging changed over the last 30 years

Details: As we celebrate our 30th birthday at World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF), Matt Lambert (our Health Information Officer) looks back over some of the nation’s key health messaging campaigns, and how they have evolved and changed over the years. At its heart, health messaging aims to communicate and disseminate health information to inform and influence the decisions and actions of the public to

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Understanding barriers – the key to behaviour change

Details: Sarah is World Cancer Research Fund's Head of Health Information Whether we work in health or not, we’re all aware of the familiar list of excuses that people give for why they struggle to be healthier – and often catch ourselves using them too! At World Cancer Research Fund, we recognise that giving people information is only half the battle when it comes to behaviour change. However

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Lung cancer World Cancer Research Fund UK

Details: However, dietary supplements, in addition to varied diets, may sometimes be beneficial for specific population groups or for individuals that have been given advice by an appropriately qualified health professional – for example, iron and folic acid supplements for women who are trying to conceive.

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Cancer Prevention Champions World Cancer Research Fund UK

Details: Marion Foreman is an accredited Personal Trainer, Health Advisor and Qualified Weight Management Counsellor with 40 years nursing experience. "As a Cancer Prevention Champion I am able to share my expertise with World Cancer Research Fund so that more people can reduce their risk of cancer.”

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Are we failing the young people of today

Details: The Association for Young People’s Health (AYPH) is the UK’s leading independent voice for the health and wellbeing of people aged 10–24 years. Dr Ann Hagell, AYPH’s Research Lead, and Dr Rakhee Shah, the organisation's Research Associate, share the highlights from AYPH’s recent report.1 Many of our health behaviours such as smoking and drinking are established in our teens

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Childhood Obesity: a plan for action World Cancer

Details: Today, nearly a third of children aged 2 to 15 are overweight or obese.1 The Government’s new childhood obesity plan aims to significantly reduce England’s rate of childhood obesity within the next ten years. Here we look at the role health professionals are being asked to play. The plan asks healthcare professionals to build on the work they already do by always talking to parents about

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Bladder cancer World Cancer Research Fund UK

Details: Health advice and support. Coronavirus (COVID-19) resources; Eat well during cancer; Health checks; Health professionals; Recipes; Resources for cancer prevention; Eat Move Learn; Fundraising. Why support us? Ways to donate; Fundraising events; Celebration fundraising; Give in memory; Give in a will; Play our lottery; Trusts and foundations

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How does the Eatwell Guide differ from the eatwell plate

Details: Eating a healthy diet can help prevent overweight or obesity, which is linked to 11 types of cancer. Download the Eatwell Guide. Although there are similarities between the new Eatwell Guide and the previous eatwell plate, there are some key differences:1 1. Renamed to ‘Eatwell Guide’ PHE found that people thought the term ‘plate’ was confusing, suggesting that every meal

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Our new online Cancer Health Check: we put it to the test

Details: Our new Cancer Health Check. To help you, we’ve created an easy online quiz, our Cancer Health Check. You can answer simple questions about your current lifestyle and get information on specific areas you’re doing well with – and the areas where you could make changes.

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Debt, stress and cancer World Cancer Research Fund UK

Details: It won't surprise you to hear the pandemic has made stress and anxiety levels rocket. The combination of job losses, money problems and health worries are all contributing to this increase. Even before Covid-19, the Money Advice Service estimated that 8.3 million people in the UK were over-indebted, and that 22% of UK adults had less than £100 in savings – making them highly vulnerable to a

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Trusts and foundations World Cancer Research Fund UK

Details: providing advice and training to health professionals throughout the UK about what works in cancer prevention and survival; teaching children about healthy eating and giving them positive experiences around cooking healthy food at school; In return for your generosity, we pledge to always keep you fully updated on the progress of the particular

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Do not use supplements for cancer prevention WCRF UK

Details: Whole foods provide more than just vitamins and minerals. For example, they contain fibre which is important for bowel health. For this reason, you should aim to meet your nutritional needs by eating a varied, healthy, balanced diet rather than using supplements. What are supplements? Supplements are a substance, often in tablet or capsule form.

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Alcohol and cancer risk World Cancer Research Fund UK

Details: The latest evidence suggests that the benefits of drinking alcohol for heart health are less than previously thought. Benefits are seen at low levels of consumption (less than five units, or two and a half/three drinks a week) and only in specific population groups, whereas a healthy diet and lifestyle can protect most people against both

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Are we failing the young people of today

Details: The Association for Young People’s Health (AYPH) is the UK’s leading independent voice for the health and wellbeing of people aged 10–24 years. Dr Ann Hagell (left), AYPH’s Research Lead, and Dr Rakhee Shah (right), the organisation's Research Associate, share the highlights from AYPH’s recent report.. Many, if not most, of our health behaviours such as smoking and drinking are

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Dump the Junk and get healthy this summer World Cancer

Details: By taking part we hope that you’ll start to feel and see the health benefits from eating a healthier diet – just in time for the summer – as well as raising funds for cancer prevention. So whether you’re dumping the junk for June or just trying to eat more healthily in general, here are 5 …

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Policy World Cancer Research Fund UK

Details: Our advocacy helped ensure cancer prevention featured in the World Health Organization’s global plan for 2013–20. This is an important commitment from governments around the world to introduce policies that will help people reduce their risk of cancer and other diseases.

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Blog World Cancer Research Fund UK

Details: The combination of job losses, money problems and health worries are all contributing to an increase in stress levels. Should people with cancer go vegan? Adele Hug | 18 January 2021. Our expert oncology dietitian explores whether a vegan diet is safe for people living with and beyond cancer. Meet Amanda Grant from Cook School

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Obesity, weight and cancer risk World Cancer Research

Details: Obesity statistics come from the Health Survey for England 2016, the National Survey for Wales 2016–17 for adults and the Welsh Health Survey 2012 for children, the Scottish Health Survey 2016, and the Health Survey Northern Ireland 2016/17.

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Over 20 leading NGOs support official Eatwell Guide to

Details: 7 July 2016. Today over 20 leading health, consumer and professional organisations, including the UK Health Forum, have released a joint statement in support of the government’s Eatwell Guide, which has come in for some recent criticism since its publication in March 2016.

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Stylist's Reclaim Your Lunch Break

Details: Kym Lang, Head of Health Information at World Cancer Research Fund, said: ‘Reclaiming your lunch break is a excellent chance to improve your health. ‘Despite what many think, we aren’t powerless against cancer. You can reduce your risk by eating well, moving more and staying in shape.

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Greatest influencers of children’s eating habits World

Details: What can health professionals do? Encourage parents and carers to be healthy eating role models for children. Being aware of children’s motivations for eating healthily and the rewards that can encourage healthy choices may help parents and carers understand and influence children’s eating habits. Marketing of junk food to children

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Kidney cancer World Cancer Research Fund UK

Details: Resources for health. 5 simple steps to a healthier you . Download leaflet for free. Are you at risk of getting preventable cancer? Take our test. CONTACT. World Cancer Research Fund is a registered charity in England and Wales (1000739). A company limited by guarantee.

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Ealing primary school reduces obesity World Cancer

Details: In 2014–15, the school introduced a Health Champions programme, a water-only packed lunch policy, token rewards for fruit and vegetable consumption, an annual Health Fair with healthy eating and exercise stalls, healthy eating assemblies, school travel initiatives and a new whole-school Food Policy.

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New advice on healthy eating during cancer World Cancer

Details: Health professionals can order a free copy of the booklet. Share this article on: Categories. Our health advice. Two thirds of us are not eating enough fish. Sarah James. 4 December 2017. Recommendation spotlight: if you can, breastfeed your baby. Rachel Clark. 4 December 2017. New advice on healthy eating during cancer.

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Stomach cancer in new lifestyle link World Cancer

Details: The report concludes that there is strong evidence that drinking alcohol, eating processed meat and being overweight can all lead to an increased risk of developing the disease. In 2013, 7,055 cases of stomach cancer were diagnosed in the UK. It’s nearly twice as common in men than women, and people who smoke and those aged 55 and over are at a higher risk.

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Research and care World Cancer Research Fund UK

Details: Meet some of the scientists who are investigating how more people can survive cancer, and the health professionals and others helping people who are living with the disease. Tricia George. Theatre nurse and breast cancer survivor, now one of our Champions. Read Tricia's story. Lesley Turner.

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Making every contact count in Newcastle World Cancer

Details: As part of our ongoing work to help health professionals spread the cancer prevention message, we held our second regional event for community health workers in June. We invited health professionals in and around Newcastle to learn about cancer prevention and the practical ways that they can start people on a journey to better health. Following the event, 85 per cent of delegates felt

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Webinar on obesity and cancer World Cancer Research Fund UK

Details: The impact obesity has on our health and economy; Obesity Health Alliance’s 10 priorities to tackle rising obesity rates; The science behind obesity and cancer risk; Starting a conversation about weight with patients and clients; Speakers: Professor John Wass, …

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