One You Plymouth offers a free 12 week programme (with continued support afterwards which includes a monthly 15 min weigh in appointment, activity sessions and a 4 week cookery course) aimed at adults (16+) with a body mass index (BMI) between 26-39.9, helping you to eat well, lose weight and live a healthier lifestyle.
If you’re not sure of your BMI, you can use our BMI calculator below.
The Eat Well programme aims to help you develop the skills, knowledge and confidence to manage your weight more effectively. The weekly sessions include group discussion, information and practical demonstrations.
Three reasons to eat well
BMI is a measure that adults can use to see if they are a healthy weight for their height. For most adults, an ideal BMI is between 18 and 25. If your BMI is over 25, you weigh more than is ideal for your height.
You can also attend a free informative, two hour, Healthy Eating Workshop covering a range of subjects designed to motivate, energise and educate towards making small changes around healthier eating.
Eating healthily can cost less than you might think. There are plenty of healthy options available which will not just help you to live a healthier lifestyle but will also help your bank balance.
Join our next programme
The next Eat Well courses start on Tuesday 24th September, from 13:30-15:00, The Eldertree Centre, 3 Tresillian St, PL4 0QP
Thursday 26th September, from 18:00-19:30, Health Promotion Room, Cumberland Centre, PL1 4JZ.
Wednesday 30 October from 18:00 – 19:30, Health Promotion Room, Cumberland Centre, PL1 4JZ.
Three tools to help you eat well
NHS weight loss food diary
Download our free 12-week diet and exercise plan. The plan, which has been downloaded more than 4 million times, is designed to help you lose weight safely – and keep it off.
Featured case study
One You Plymouth are supporting a new campaign aimed at improving health, saving money and helping to reduce our carbon footprint all by having one meat free day a week.
Between April and June, we are all being encouraged to take part in the ‘Meat Free Monday’ initiative.