Better food labelling is no substitute for services
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Better food labelling is no substitute for services

Helen Donovan RCN professional lead, Public health

Compulsory labels are welcome but what we really need is preventive care

What we eat is both central to our health and well-being and very much part of our social culture. But the amount and types of food we consume are contributing to an obesity epidemic in the UK, which has serious consequences for us, our children and our communities.

Nursing Standard. 33, 8, 35-36. doi: 10.7748/ns.33.8.35.s15

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