BNF Healthy Eating Week @ Home

BNF Healthy Eating Week @ Home, a virtual event, will take place 22-28th June, aiming to encourage people of all ages to take part in a range of key health challenges, increasing their knowledge of healthy eating and wellbeing, the benefits of physical activity and cooking.

I'm delighted to let you know that we will be hosting BNF Healthy Eating Week @ Home, a virtual event, taking place 22-28th June, aiming to encourage people of all ages to take part in a range of key health challenges, increasing their knowledge of healthy eating and wellbeing, the benefits of physical activity and cooking.

This new event is an online alternative to the annual BNF Healthy Eating Week which normally takes place at schools and workplaces in June (it's now at the end of September and registration is still open). Last year, more than 4,770 nurseries and schools and 2,100 workplaces and universities registered to participate in the Week.

While the coronavirus pandemic has made large-scale physical events impossible for the time-being, looking after our health and diet is more important than ever, and the BNF team has developed a new format to allow the Week to continue remotely.

The BNF Healthy Eating Week @ Home comprises of seven daily health challenges, which people can take part in at home, or in schools and workplaces where social distancing measures allow. The challenges will be supported by a range of evidence-based, easy to access resources, as well as a series of cooking sessions each day. This year’s challenges are:

  1. Eat well
  2. Eat more wholegrains
  3. Have 5 A DAY
  4. Drink plenty
  5. Get active
  6. Be mind kind - help a friend or neighbour
  7. Try something new and keep going

Get cooking!

From Monday to Friday we will be hosting two cooking sessions each day - 10am and 2pm! We will be providing the recipe - so, just watch and then get cooking with BNF. If you've got children, they could get involved at 10am and cook-a-long!

More details, with the challenges and resources, will be added shortly.

For further details, click here.

 

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