How Are You? One You can help you find the answers

Since 2016, Let’s Do This has been funded by the National Charity Partnership, a partnership between Diabetes UK, the British Heart Foundation and Tesco. The National Charity Partnership has now come to an end and the Let’s Do This website will shut down on Wednesday 31st January 2018. You can carry on taking small steps to better health with Public Health England’s free information and online health tools.

Do you ever feel like you’re too busy to take care of yourself? Our lifestyles can be more unhealthy than we think, but by focusing on yourself you can make positive changes to your health.

Public Health England’s One You campaign is designed to help you make small changes for a healthier you, with tips on how to eat well and get active more often.

How do I get started?

A great way to start your One You journey is to take the How Are You quiz.How Are You quiz on mobile

How Are You asks a number of questions about what you eat and how you stay active, calculating your personal health score based on your answers. Once you have your score you’ll receive tips on how to improve it and signposting to handy articles on the One You website.

What do I do next?

You can also check how healthy your heart is using One You’s Check Your Heart Age tool. By understanding your heart and making small changes to your lifestyle you can reduce your risk of heart and circulatory disease and live well for longer.

Getting active is one way to reduce your risk of Type 2 diabetes and heart and circulatory disease. One You offers a range of downloadable apps including Active 10, which tracks how many brisk ten minute walks you’re taking and offers advice on how to fit more into your day.

The One You campaign shows that you matter, and sometimes simple changes are all it takes to get back in balance. Continue taking small steps to better health with One You today!

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