In response to the Department of Health's 'Healthy Weight, Healthy Lives Strategy Two Years On' report looking at the Government's progress on tackling rising levels of obesity in children and adults, Peter Hollins, Chief Executive for the British Heart Foundation (BHF) says:If you read the whole piece, you will discover that the "fix" is providing consumers with the "right information."
"Unfortunately childhood obesity levels in England remain far too high and it is too early to trumpet success when the government still hasn't taken the steps it needs to really tackle this problem.
For weight control, the "right information," i.e., Calorie content, has been there all along.
Yes, bolder action is needed.
No, to the way this article proposes it be done (in the absence of other measures, e.g., see here)