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Save that New Year resolution!

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We are nearly four weeks into 2013 and this is about the point that New Year resolutions begin to fail and soon most of them will be given up altogether.

Planning to lose weight is one of the most common New Year resolutions and if carried out will likely help people to live longer, with a better quality of life.

But like all New Year resolutions it is not as easy as it looks – I am still struggling with my easy one of going to the cinema more – still haven’t been managed it despite Life of Pi being on  around the corner.

Trying to lose weight is complex and people need help with more than just the practicalities. Yes it is about eating less and eating a healthy diet but it as much about the barriers that prevent someone from following that seemingly logical path.

Our learning unit on obesity will help you to assist your patients in carrying out their New Year resolution to lose weight. Click here to take the unit and consolidate your skills in this area of practice that will help improve your patients’ health.

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