An article by Martin Cohen, Visiting Research Fellow in Philosophy, University of Hertfordshire, he states that it’s poverty, not individual choice that is driving extraordinary obesity levels.
The “obesity epidemic” deserves much more serious attention than it is getting. It is putting huge pressure on health services, yet the public policy response in developed countries such as the US and UK is pitiful, largely confined to finger-wagging at children’s sugary treats.[Thanks @chrisaskewCE, chef exec Diabetes UK, for finding and sharing this]
Read the full article HERE.
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