Healthy Eating Week

Healthy Eating Week is our annual celebration to encourage the nation to eat and drink more healthily, as well as get more active.

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Healthy Eating Week

We run an annual Healthy Eating Week each year, usually in June. It's an opportunity to bring the UK together to focus on healthy lifestyles.

The last Healthy Eating Week was held from 14-18 June 2021, taking all of the UK on its ‘Find your healthier you’ journey! Over 6,400 schools and organisations registered to take part - representing 1.5 million children and adults.

The British Nutrition Foundation’s 10th Healthy Eating Week will take place from 13 - 17 June 2022 and our big message for the Week this year is, Eat well for you and the planet! Each day of the Week will have a different theme: 

  • Monday: Focus on fibre - for meals and snacks
  • Tuesday: Get at least 5 A DAY - put plenty on your plate  
  • Wednesday: Vary your protein - be more creative  
  • Thursday: Stay hydrated - fill up from the tap
  • Friday: Reduce food waste - know your portions

To find out more about Healthy Eating Week, click here.

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