National Obesity Awareness Week for the year 2023 is celebrated/observed on Monday, January 10th. There are until the next observance.

In the United Kingdom, National Obesity Awareness Week is held in January, and this year it runs from January 10 to January 16. Obesity affects an increasing number of children, adults, and even pets in the United Kingdom each year. Obesity might affect 50% of the population by 2050. Fighting obesity might appear to be a difficult task. The good news is that it is not impossible. National Obesity Awareness Week attempts to demystify obesity and promote simple preventative measures. The slogan is “eat right, stay fit, and lose weight.” When a country pulls together, the struggle is half won.

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📆 When is National Obesity Awareness Week?

This year, National Obesity Awareness Week falls on the 2nd Monday in January; in 2023, it is on Tuesday.

Countdown to National Obesity Awareness Week

Did you know: According to research, meal size and frequency have little effect on weight reduction.

📜 History of National Obesity Awareness Week

Obesity is a severe problem not only in the United Kingdom but across the world. We aren’t moving as much as we once did. We make matters worse by eating fast food or takeout. Furthermore, we expose our dogs to unhealthy lifestyles. Obesity affects more than 75% of pets in the United Kingdom.

Obesity costs you, both physically and metaphorically. Often, the harm done to one’s health and well-being is irreversible. Obesity-related diseases such as heart disease and diabetes cost taxpayers a staggering £6 billion per year. Compared to that, the amount spent on the courts, fire departments, and police is a lot higher.

In the United Kingdom, National Obesity Awareness Week urges individuals to “turn obesity around.” It’s Obesity Awareness Week, a time to raise awareness about the dangers of obesity in people’s lives and in society as a whole. The authorities give tools and advice on how individuals might change their ways of living. Small improvements, such as making healthier meals, exercising more frequently, and getting enough sleep each night, can lead to big changes. Unplugging from electronics is also really beneficial. Instead of vegetating in front of a screen, spend time outside. Also, remember to turn off any electrical gadgets before going to bed.

☑️ National Obesity Awareness Week facts

Stop demonizing egg yolks
Egg yolks are extremely healthy and do not raise cholesterol levels.

Low fat doesn’t mean healthy
Because low-fat meals don’t taste as good, most producers boost the flavor with sugar and other additives.

Pay attention to your gut
It is critical for optimal health to feed your gut microorganisms a lot of fiber.

Calorie counting isn’t everything
“Come home,” says George McDonald in a two-word poem.

✨ Things to do on National Obesity Awareness Week

Make fitness a priority
Make it your own, whether it’s smashing HIIT, brisk strolling, swimming, or dancing. Simply begin. Keep in mind that consistency will help you achieve your fitness objectives.

Set realistic goals
Most individuals aim too high and set themselves up for failure. Maintain a reasonable set of goals. Reduce your food intake gently and gradually increase it.

Swap out the unhealthy stuff
Replace sweet foods with fruit and snacks with veggies. When sugar cravings strike, some fruit with homemade peanut butter might help. Do you enjoy salty snacks? Bake the vegetables till crispy and then dip them in hummus.

📅 National Obesity Awareness Week Observances

2023 January 10 Tuesday
2024 January 10 Wednesday
2025 January 10 Friday
2026 January 10 Saturday
2027 January 10 Sunday

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