• 30 Apr 2021
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    Recent news has highlighted a connection between what you eat, and how you feel- not just physical health wise, but mental health as well. In this blog post, we dive into the science behind these claims, and how they relate to your daily life. Prior research has demonstrated an association between depression and obesity. 55% of individuals living with obesity have depression. Furthermore, individuals living with depression are 58% more likely to experience obesity1. This correlation is well known however, until recently causality and specific details on the connection between what one eats and their mental health has remained unknown....
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Our mission: C3 brings together different communities to create changes that make it easier for people to:

stop using tobacco

improve what they eat and drink

 do more physical activity

Latest Event

We host a range of events, including our International Breakfast Seminars and Workplace Health meetings.

Heart failure and the return to work

Join C3 for a breakfast-time talk with guests Carys Barton and Dr. Susan Piper where we will be discussing heart failure and the return to work. What is heart failure? What are its symptoms and how can it be managed? What are the psychological impacts? What special considerations do we need to take into account if we're taking care of somebody with heart failure or recovering from it?

Start: Tue, 18 May 2021 @ 9am

Location: Zoom

LATEST BLOGS

Project ASPIRE: Wimereux

05 May 2021
Hugo Mills
CHESS™ (Community Health Engagement Survey Solutions) is an innovative, data-driven community engagement process. Through CHESS™, people come together to investigate their local environment using a CHESS™ App, assess the factors that make it easier or harder to live healthily, and identify changes they can make as a community to live healthier lives. It was created by C3’s Dr. Denise Stevens and includes a mobile tool that equips local communities in identifying and mapping the barriers they face every day when making choices about diet, activity and healthy living.  With Project ASPIRE, C3 is engaging with 7 different communities across the South of England and...
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The Gut-Brain Axis: What to know

30 Apr 2021
Lauren Aucoin
Recent news has highlighted a connection between what you eat, and how you feel- not just physical health wise, but mental health as well. In this blog post, we dive into the science behind these claims, and how they relate to your daily life. Prior research has demonstrated an association between depression and obesity. 55% of individuals living with obesity have depression. Furthermore, individuals living with depression are 58% more likely to experience obesity1. This correlation is well known however, until recently causality and specific details on the connection between what one eats and their mental health has remained unknown....
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