Weight Management Advice

Your BMI

Body Mass Index is a scale that assesses your weight for your height to give an indication of whether or not your weight falls within a healthy range. Use it as a starting point for weight loss and for your general health.  For practical tips on shopping and eating more healthily as well as ideas to get moving visit the Change for Life website.

BMI Calculator


Tell Us Your BMI

Enter your height and weight information into the calculator.  Your BMI result will be shown: 

BMI Status
Below 18.5 Underweight
18.5-24.9 Normal
25.0-29.9 Overweight
30.0 and above Obese

Please let us know your current weight and BMI result so we can update your record. Email us at:

One You Couch to 5K: Mobile App

The Couch to 5K app has been designed to get you off the couch and running in just 9 weeks. Grab your trainers, download the app and follow the step-by-step instructions.

Download from: play.google.com

Download from: itunes.apple.com

One You Easy Meals: Mobile App

The free Easy Meals app is a great way to eat foods that are healthier for you. You’ll find delicious, easy meal ideas to help get you going if you’re ever short of inspiration.

Download from: play.google.com

Download from: itunes.apple.com

Weight Watchers

Meetings, online or a little bit of both. We’ve got options and support, whatever your lifestyle.

Website: www.weightwatchers.com

Slimming World

You’ll find delicious recipe and menu ideas at your local group, along with all the help you need to get started and reach your target weight.

Website: www.slimmingworld.co.uk

Eat Well

Eating a healthy, balanced diet is an important part of maintaining good health and can help you feel your best.

This means eating a wide variety of foods in the right proportions and consuming the right amount of food and drink to achieve and maintain a  healthy body weight.

Visit: www.nhs.uk/live-well/eat-well

British Nutrition Foundation

Find information about why good nutrition and lifestyle choices are important for your health and wellbeing across all ages.

Website: www.nutrition.org.uk