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As part of our health and wellbeing initiative, Cundall is delighted to have become a Partner of the ground-breaking new campaign, One You, which was launched across the country on the 7th March to help adults avoid diseases caused by modern day life.

About One You

There is only One You…make small changes now to improve your health today and in the future.

Modern life makes it hard to be healthy. Without knowing it, by the time we reach our 40s and 50s many of us will have dramatically increased our chances of becoming ill later in life. Whether we are eating the wrong things, drinking more alcohol than we should, continuing to smoke, or just not being active enough, all of these things add up.

These habits could make it harder to keep up with the kids in the park or mean that your favourite pair of jeans are a bit tighter. More seriously, they increase the risk of you developing conditions such as type 2 diabetes, cancer and heart disease. Our busy lives often mean that our own health is at the bottom of our list of priorities. One You is here to remind you that your health matters.

A good way to start the fight to healthy is to take our free One You health quiz, ‘How Are You’. This innovative quiz provides personalised recommendations based on your results and directs you to tools and offers to help you take action where it’s most needed.

Alan Fogarty, Sustainability Partner comments, “‘Cundall’s involvement as a Partner in the One You campaign will add to the momentum for increasing health and well-being across our offices over the course of the campaign. People are increasingly aware of the factors that impact on their health and are looking to improve  their daily activities. The campaign aligns perfectly with the Well Building Standard® which we have used for our office fit out in London, and combined will provide a healthy place to work as well as a healthy lifestyle.

For more information and to take the online health quiz, click here.