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Why labeling food items with the exercise needed to burn off their calories is a bad idea

Posted on: January 22, 2020

Source: The Washington Post

While some believe that exercise-equivalent labeling is a clear way to express energy balance and to combat obesity, others see it as a food-shaming tactic that focuses too strongly on weight as a measure of overall health.


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