Eating well can help you improve your wellbeing, manage your weight and reduce your risk of developing diseases such as diabetes and coronary heart disease. Eating well is different for different people. Find the right information for you from the links below.
- Start4Life for pregnant women, dads-to-be and new parents and their babies
- Surrey Infant and Child Feeding Guidelines - updated in 2015. Surrey infant and child feeding guidelines for children under five years have been produced by a multidisciplinary group of health professionals across the county and have been drawn from current research and consultation with colleagues. They provide up to date, evidence based information in an easily accessible form for staff and families.
- Healthy Start - for those on benefits who are pregnant or have children under the age of four
- Change4Life for children and adults
- HENRY (health exercise and nutrition for the really young). HENRY groups give parents/carers of children up to the age of 5 years with the tools and skills they need to provide a healthy family lifestyle. Groups are run at some of the Surrey children's centres.
- Eat Well for older adults.
- Weight loss or poor appetite? If you, a member of your family or a friend are experiencing unexplained weight loss and a loss of appetite/poor appetite, this can affect your health. The BAPEN self screening tool for malnutrition can help you to assess your appetite and provide you with advice on what to do if you are at risk of malnutrition.
- Eat Well and Move Well for people with a learning disability
- Healthy eating for teenagers.
Healthy eating options in your local area
The Eat Out Eat Well Award rewards caterers throughout Surrey who make it easier for their customers to make healthy choices when eating out. Find an award holder near you.