National Obesity Forum

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"The National Obesity Forum [NOF] was established in May 2000 to raise awareness of the emerging epidemic of obesity and the effect that it was going to have on both individuals and the NHS and because we believe that bold action needs to be taken to tackle obesity. " [1]


Accessed June 2013: [2]

Our Partners (Published on Tuesday, 09 May 2006)

"The National Obesity Forum is an independent professional organisation. We are however delighted to acknowledge the support, both professional and financial, of other organisations, without which, the work of the NOF would not be possible. In pursuing our aims we have been assisted by, or worked jointly with the following organisations: All-Party Parliamentary Group on Obesity, Department of Health, National Institute of Clinical Excellence, Royal College of Paediatricians, Association for the Study of Obesity, National Audit Office, Korean Academy of Family Physicians, National Association of Primary Care, LighterLife UK, Roche Products , Abbott Laboratories, Slim Fast Foods, Safeway Foods plc, Tanita UK, Sanofi-Aventis, Mantis Surgical Equipment, GlaxoSmithKline UK, Canderel, British Meat Nutrition Education Services, Rosemary Conley Enterprises, Carlton TV, Obesity Awareness and Solutions Trust, British Liver Trust. [1]



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  1. National Obesity Forum Home, organizational web page, accessed June 29, 2013.
  2. National Obesity Forum Trustees, organizational web page, accessed June 29, 2013.