Healthy Living

Help To Stop Smoking

Through Yorkshire Smoke Free you can receive help, support and advice to help stop smoking for good. Quitting can be hard but it’s easier with NHS specialist support. Services are free, friendly and flexible and you will always have access to our specialist advisors who have helped 1000s of people to go smoke-free.

Ways to contact them:

You can call on 0800 612 0011 (free on landlines) or 0330 660 1166 (free from most mobiles)

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Or visit the quit shop at Rotherham Town Centre, 16a Bridgegate, Rotherham, S60 1PQ

Achieving a Healthy Weight        

The Weigh Up services provide expert advice and support to help people living in Rotherham reach and maintain a healthier weight.

Friendly experts will help you find the best way to lose weight and provide support throughout your journey, so you’re feeling happier and healthier in no time.

The FREE Weigh Up services are offered across Rotherham including Leisure Centres and Community Centres.

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Clink on the link below to access a web page for the Low Calorie Diet Programme.

Healthy Eating

Eating a healthy, balanced diet is an important part of maintaining good health, and can help you feel your best.

This means eating a wide variety of foods in the right proportions, and consuming the right amount of food and drink to achieve and maintain a healthy body weight.
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What is my BMI?

BMI is a measure that adults can use to see if they are a healthy weight for their height.

What is a healthy BMI?

For most adults, an ideal BMI is in the 18.5-24.9 range.

If your BMI is 25 or more, you weigh more than is ideal for your height:

  • 25-29.9 is overweight
  • 30-39.9 is obese
  • 40 or more is very obese

If your BMI is less than 18.5, you weigh less than is ideal for your height.

If you know your height and weight you can calculate your BMI using this online calculator

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Taking Vitamins

Vitamins are essential nutrients that your body needs in small amounts so that it can work properly. Even though you can get lots of vitamins from a healthy balanced diet, you still might not get everything you need at certain times in your life – such as when you’re pregnant, a new mum or a small child. So UK health departments recommend that at these times you should take a supplement containing specific vitamins to make sure you get everything you need.

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