Healthy Early Years Diets: Achieving the Best Start in Life

Healthy Early Years Diets: Achieving the Best Start in Life

The Obesity Health Alliance has a new joint position statement (together with First Steps Nutrition Trust), ‘Healthy Early Years Diets: Achieving the Best Start in Life’ which outlines the next steps the government can take, to create healthier food environments and...
Holding us back: tobacco, alcohol and unhealthy food and drink

Holding us back: tobacco, alcohol and unhealthy food and drink

More needs to be done to tackle the unhealthy products driving nearly half a million people out of work. Our new Holding Us Back report released by a coalition of health charities has laid bare the £31bn productivity cost to the economy from alcohol, tobacco and...
Recipe for Change – Time for a new industry levy

Recipe for Change – Time for a new industry levy

Recipe for Change is a campaign calling for a new industry levy to help make our food healthier, while raising revenue that can be invested back into children’s health.  Recipe for Change is coalition of organisations led by Sustain, The Food Foundation and Obesity...
OHA Responds to the National Child Measurement Programme 2022-23

OHA Responds to the National Child Measurement Programme 2022-23

NHS Digital has presented findings from the Government’s National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) for England, 2022/23 school year.  It covers children in Reception (aged 4-5 years) and Year 6 (aged 10-11 years) in mainstream state-maintained schools in...
Five Key Learnings from the OHA’s Manifesto Process

Five Key Learnings from the OHA’s Manifesto Process

Following the publication of the Obesity Health Alliance’s Manifesto for the next General Election, our Government Affairs Lead, Alfie Slade, reflects on the process and what learnings we can share with our members. What’s the point of a manifesto? It is a...