Calorie caps are arbitrary, unscientific, and unrealistic
A note from Neil Record
Christopher Snowdon comments on plans to expand carrier bag charges to corner shops
Christopher Snowdon reacts to Public Health England proposal
“These demands are worthy of Nero or Caligula. The government needs to bring Public Health England to heel before they ruin the food supply. The calorie caps are arbitrary, unscientific and unrealistic. It is reasonable to offer advice on daily calorie consumption but setting limits on individual meals is insane.”
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