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Doctors say UK schools should teach about the ills of fatty foods

In an effort to combat growing health and obesity concerns in the UK The British Medical Association recommended that schools make teaching children about fatty foods a part of the national curriculum. They recommend a comprehensive nutritional education for students in the hopes that it will improve the health of future generations.

It’s not a bad idea to spread the word about healthy eating to students in the UK education system. The truth is that obese and unhealthy people have a wide-ranging effect on a country. Healthcare costs go up as completely preventable illnesses are suffered by the overweight and unhealthy. Unhealthy people get less work done. They have lazier and less effective children. It’s not just an unhealthy person killing themselves with food and fat; it’s killing the country. That’s why the UK school system needs to step in.
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