Health guides and booklets for cancer prevention

Browse our health guides, booklets, posters and cookbooks to find the right resources to help you live a healthier life and reduce your risk of cancer.

 

As a charity we can provide one free print copy of a maximum of three different resources per UK household – but you can download all of our resources for free as well.

> Check out our dedicated resources for health professionals

Could you live a more active life?

Our physical activity guide is for anyone wanting to get more active in their daily lives

Time to step up

Weight matters for all

A guide for anyone wanting to lose weight or simply stop the pounds from creeping on

Putting you in charge

Protect yourself against cancer

Our popular guide to reducing your cancer risk dispels the myths and gives you the facts

Find out the 10 ways

Health guide – just for men

Find out how men can be healthier and make common cancers less likely

Go on – click

Healthy living after cancer

Helping people post-cancer keep healthy and reduce the chance of recurrence

Giving you the facts

5 simple steps to a healthier you

Practical tips that can help to reduce your risk of cancer and other preventable diseases

Take the first step

Bowel cancer and how to prevent it

A common cancer in men and women – but one of the most preventable

A clear guide for you

How to eat well during cancer

For people going through treatment, we have tips on what to eat and how to stay active

Resources to help

Making sense of food labels

How healthy is the food you buy? Use this guide to fill your trolley with goodness

Guide to labels

Just what is a 5 A DAY portion?

A bright and colourful poster with info on how much fruit, veg and pulses to eat each day

Pear-fest choice

Health guide – just for women

Lifestyle is linked to breast, ovarian and womb cancers – but you can make cancer less likely

Be informed

Recipes to inspire your cooking

Start lowering cancer risk with your next meal! Choose from a range of beautiful cookbooks

Light bites, anyone?

Know your portion sizes

A snazzy poster to put up in your kitchen, office or workplace to help you keep on track with how much you’re eating

What is a healthy portion size?