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World Obesity Day

Today is World Obesity Day. Did you know, 3.28 million schoolchildren in the UK are expected to be overweight or obese by 2025?

This year, World Obesity Day aims to – “Increase knowledge and understanding of the challenge of obesity, and what can and should be done to overcome it. Encourage member associations and supporters to get involved with advocacy and campaigns on obesity-related issues. Share national experiences of campaigning to enable the spread of best practices”  

World Obesity Day was launched to stimulate and support practical solution to enable people to achieve and maintain a healthy weight, in turn reversing the Obesity crisis. This year, the focus is on obesity in children that has sadly risen rapidly worldwide, which will affect the quality of life, educational attainment, and later health, obesity can lead to illness such as liver disease which is the third largest cause of death at a young age.

The British Liver Trust is the UK’s leading liver health charity that can provide support groups, helping you to manage your liver condition and put you in touch with others who have similar experiences.

“We are here for everyone affected by liver disease, whatever the cause and wherever they live” British Liver Trust

We have had the honour to work with The British Liver Trust in creating an online Book of Memories that has been created for people to remember and celebrate the life of a loved one as a way of help and support. Gifts can also be made through the book, which will help The British Liver Trust to continue the fantastic work that they do.

If you would like to raise awareness, increase engagement for your charity or project, or honour a loved one, contact us to find out how we can create a bespoke online book for you.


Polly BolithoWorld Obesity Day
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