Why food labels showing the exercise needed to burn off calories won't work for everyone

In an effort to tackle the increasing prevalence of obesity, the U.K. government has introduced a number of public health strategies over the years, including changes to how we label foods. For example, the “traffic light” color-coding system, which was introduced in 2013, aims to make it easier for consumers to know whether or not the foods they’re eating are healthy for them.

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