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Labour urges the government to consider introducing legal limits on sugar, salt and fat as it launches a consultation on how to tackle obesity.

 

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Here we go again. It is not salt and fat that is the problem. If that was the case, the population 50 years and more ago would be ten time the size they are now when granddad used to have a slice of bread plastered in dripping and copiously sprinkled with salt.

There was no such thing as semi-skimmed milk and just about all food was swamped in cooking fat.

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Here we go again. It is not salt and fat that is the problem. If that was the case, the population 50 years and more ago would be ten time the size they are now when granddad used to have a slice of bread plastered in dripping and copiously sprinkled with salt.

There was no such thing as semi-skimmed milk and just about all food was swamped in cooking fat.

 

I love you. Get out of here with your common sense and logic, there's no place for it in this debate! :madgrin:

 

My Mum even cooked rump steak in lard, then poured the contents of the pan she cooked the steak in over the potatoes she served it with, lol.


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