“He’s lost quite a bit over the last few months since he had Covid very badly, and he takes it very seriously, because he feels he got it particularly badly because he was overweight,” she said.
The Prime Minister has been spotted running in Central London in recent weeks, flanked by close protection officers.
More than £70 million of the latest funding will be invested in weight management services – made available through the NHS and councils – enabling up to 700,000 adults to access support that can help them lose weight. The remaining £30 million will fund initiatives to help people maintain a healthy weight, including the Better Health campaign, behavioural weight management services and upskilling health workers in “early years services”.
The Government is also looking at “various kinds” of Fit-Miles schemes – which could see overweight people paid to exercise in efforts to drive down levels of obesity.
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