High sugar content in cereals next target in battle of child obesity Children eating equivalent of three sugar lumps at breakfast, says head of NHS England
Food manufacturers will have to reformulate the way they produce breakfast cereals if the government’s obesity strategy is to succeed, the head of the NHS in England has warned.
Giving evidence to the Commons health and social care committee, Simon Stevens, head of NHS England, said it was “very concerning” that products marketed as healthy often contained large amounts of sugar. Continue reading... The Guardian