Britain's deadly diet

Coghlan, Andy
May 1991
New Scientist;5/11/81, Vol. 130 Issue 1768, p26
Discusses an upcoming report from Britain's Department of Health's Committee on Medical Aspects of Food Policy. Revised estimates of the amount of nutrients needed for a balanced nutritional diet; Implication that people in Britain must make drastic cuts in their fat and sugar consumption; Impact of the food industry's advertising drives; `Dietary Reference Values'. INSET: Why do consumers ignore dietary advice?.


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