Unscientific guidelines opened the door to government interference in food supply
Prof. Philip Booth comments in The Times
Kate Andrews writes for The Spectator
Chris Snowdon comments in the Mail Online
In the article he argues that the only reason children are eating twice as much sugar as the Government recommends is because the Government arbitrarily halved the sugar guidelines. These unrealistic and unscientific new guidelines opened the door to government interference in the food supply on a vast scale.
The reality is that sugar consumption in Britain is significantly lower than it was in the 1970s.
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