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Eat Well & Stay Active

Some tips and advice about maintaining a healthy lifestyle during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. 

A change in routine and more time spent at home has the potential to cause havoc with our healthy lifestyle. It is all too easy to adopt unhealthy eating habits and consume more calories than usual. However, eating a balanced diet, nourishing your body with essential nutrients and getting some daily physical activity are all vital to keeping your body in good condition and boosting your immune system. 

The links below are a great way to help get your healthy eating regime on track and increase your activity.



 
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NHS One You: Workout Videos

Click here to visit the website

Les Mills: Free on demand workouts for adults & kids

Click here to visit the website

PE With Joe: A home workout aimed at kids

Click here to visit the website

The Ballet Coach: Live ballet lessons for all ages 

Click here to visit on YouTube or here for Facebook

 

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NHS One You: Eat Better 

Click here to visit the website

Choose to Live Better: Healthy recipes 

Click here to visit the website

BBC Good Food: Health & Nutrition

Click here to visit the website

Safefood: 101 Square Meals a Day 

Click here to view and/or download

BBC Good Food: What Young Children Need

Click here to visit the website

PHA: Eat Well Guide

Click here to view and/or download 

PHA: Healthy Eating For Age 1-5

Click here to view and/or download

NI Direct: Healthy Eating For Children

Click here to visit the website

CIEH: Safe Food Shopping Guide 

Click here to view and/or download

Food Standards Agency: How to chill, freeze and defrost safely

Click here to visit the website

Love Food Hate Waste: A-Z of food storage

Click here to visit the website

Safefood: ABC to BBQ - The Golden Rules of A Safe BBQ

Click here to visit the website

Public Health Agency: Advice on safer shopping during COVID-19 Click here to download or click here to visit the website

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