A core part of the project was involving local people in exploring this theme and learning new skills.
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get moving and burn off some extra calories this Christmas with some health tips from Heart Research UK
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“It is estimated that the average person in the UK consumes two to three times their recommended calorie intake on Christmas day, so why not get off the sofa, get moving and burn off some extra calories this Christmas.”
“Oats contain a type of soluble fibre known as beta-glucan, which can help to lower your cholesterol. “
“Unless you are a wheelchair user, there is evidence to show that prolonged periods of sitting can increase your risk of developing heart disease. “