Q. How can public policy make a difference?

A. Restaurants should list the calorie counts of all foods they serve. Food products should convey prominently on their labels the ­percentage of added sugars, refined carbohydrates and fats they contain. People also need to hear repeatedly that selling, serving and eating food layered and loaded with sugar, fat and salt has unhealthy consequences. And food marketing should be monitored and exposed.


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