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Living Well Guide

If you are living with obesity or know someone that is, then you know first-hand how weight can impact on your health. That is why, the Obesity Action Coalition (OAC) is proud to offer you the Living Well Guide, a FREE resource that you can use to learn more about your weight and health.

Inside you will find lots of information including:

  • The important relationship between your weight and health
  • Tips on making healthy lifestyle modifications you can keep
  • In-depth nutrition information from food science 101 to how to read a food label
  • A detailed look at options for managing your weight and health
  • A number of useful tools for staying on track with your goals

The journey of weight-loss can often be a difficult one with a variety of pitfalls. This guide was designed with you in mind. The Living Well Guide aims to help you along your journey with weight and health. While this guide focuses primarily on nutrition, you will also learn how to make healthy lifestyle choices, manage your weight and, most importantly, how to be successful long term.

This guide is brought to you by the Obesity Action Coalition (OAC). The OAC is a National nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of individuals affected by the disease of obesity through awareness, education, advocacy and support. Simply click below to download your FREE copy of the guide. If you would like to order a print copy of the guide or have any questions, please email

Please note that the Living Well Guide is a 56-page document. It is a larger file and may take a few moments to download. Due to its size, there may be limitations in downloading it to your phone.

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