Researchers say exercise tips on food label could help tackle the obesity crisis

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A new study suggests that labelling food and drink with how much physical activity is needed in order to burn off the calories could tackle the obesity crisis.

To give you an example, researchers say that if for a fizzy drink the label says it contains 126 calories, you might need to take a 26-minute walk or 13-minute run to burn them off.

To find out more details about the research and how it might help, read the following article:

https://www.theguardian.com/society/2019/dec/10/exercise-advice-on-food-labels-could-help-to-tackle-the-obesity-crisis

 

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