‘More education on food as opposed to more controls and nanny state instructions’ | Adrian Hayes

'more education on food as opposed to more controls and nanny state instructions' | adrian hayes

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‘We need to be putting more into education [when it comes to unhealthy food] as opposed to more controls and nanny state instructions.’

Adrian Hayes discusses the UK being overweight, education on nutrition and the impact obesity has on the NHS.

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