The government made it clear that overconsumption of calories is one of the most significant contributing factors in becoming overweight.
Matt Hancock said: “If everyone who is overweight lost five pounds it could save the NHS over £100 million over the next five years.”
The government announced a new obesity strategy this week, but it can be difficult to know where to start. Here are 10 weight loss rules from Huel which could help
Plus calorie labels on alcohol.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a new obesity strategy launched by the government which urges the country to lose weight to beat coronavirus and protect the NHS.
There is also going to be a ban on TV and online adverts for high fat, sugar and salt adverts before 9pm.
As such, they’re calling for calorie labelling on all food in restaurants, pubs and cafes.
But while the message is clear, losing weight can be confusing.
And it’s come just in time as 63% of adults, and one in three children leaving primary school, are overweight or obese.
Plus an end to Buy One Get One Free offers.
For those who are overweight, overhauling an entire lifetime of habits is daunting.
It can be hard to know where to start.
But these are not healthy or sustainable solutions.
Many may turn to unhealthy quick fixes such as crash dieting and meal replacements.
To help out, nutrition brand Huel has given 10 steps to losing weight.
If you’re looking to shed some pounds, these tips could be the key to a successful weight loss.