Worth a read!
Our food environment sets us up for failure and fat. Everywhere we look we see food triggers. This article looks at the problem with a view to helping us succeed by reframing the food debate and stopping the shame and blame cycle. (*Ed. Note – I would like to shame the article for putting a mouthwatering image of sugary foods right at the top, in effect doing what they are condemning)
Any attempts to restructure our food environments so they are more supportive of health are often criticized as denying freedom of choice.
But what if we reframe the debate over personal choice and collective responsibility by thinking of our modern food environment in the same way as the legal defence of criminal entrapment?