Healthy Weight Week — January 19-23, 2015

Changing the Conversation Around Health and Weight

Healthy Weight Week, which started 25 years ago, serves to help people understand that health really isn’t about a number – on the scale or otherwise – and to encourage people to stop dieting and pursue livable and sustainable healthy lifestyles through eating well, living actively and feeling good about themselves. HWW-logo-2015

Healthy Weight Week – 2015 Schedule Coming Soon

Healthy Weight Week is an educational event to help change public perception that weight determines health and that dieting is a viable health solution. Dieting has led women astray by making their struggles with weight worse, negatively affecting their health, and keeping them from living the lives they want. Healthy Weight Week encourages women to improve health habits in lasting ways by eating well without dieting, living actively and feeling good about themselves and others.

Our Slim Chance Awards Expose Misleading Weight Loss Claims

The Slim Chance Awards expose the most outlandish and misleading claims made each year in the weight loss field and build awareness around the dangers of chronic dieting. Some of the past winners dating back to 1989 include a laser lamp that melts fat, thigh cream, skin patches, cleanses, slippers and food pads, and even media personalities and television networks.

Submit Your Own Nominations!

What’s the most outlandish and misleading weight loss claims you’ve heard or tried in 2014? Nominate diet gimmicks, products and claims between now and Dec. 12, 2014. Our panel of judges will select the 2015 Slim Chance Award winners from the nominations. “Winners” will be announced the first week of 2015.

Nomination Entry Form:

Step 1: Your Information

First Name:

Last Name:

Email Address:

Step 2: Slim Chance Award Nominations

Nomination1:

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Stay Tuned

There’s much more to come! We’ll be announcing new infographics, new voices and new ways to help you end eating and weight struggles to live a happier, healthier life.

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