Do you think the public pays attention to government advice on diet and nutrition?
Do you think the public pays attention to government advice on diet and nutrition? Examples?
- Blue SkyLv 72 years ago
I'd say a decent percentage of people do, but the obesity epidemic in America is alive and well.
- Anonymous2 years ago
I know that the current health fad that makes all the people who don't belong in the gym come to the gym and stand there with their phones is the result of the USDA program Healthy People 2010/2020. It's not so much that people follow the advice they are given, but there are programs to instill the ideas in our minds. Just like how everyone was into photography, then dance, and now food (music and skateboarding before that) there are ways to lean the crowd. We're all still in highschool, needing a leather jacket and Mohawk or else be the nail that gets hammered down whether we know we are running the world or know we are obeying it.
People pay attention to what other people are doing. And your masta' knows it.
- MurzyLv 72 years ago
some ppl do
- MarkLv 72 years ago
To a degree, yes. I don't know anyone who uses a whole stick of butter on a piece of toast, but I also know few people who eat "five servings of vegetables and fruits a day", either.
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- The First DragonLv 72 years ago
To some extent, yes.
Although I wonder why the government is in the business of giving nutritional advice. Don't they have enough to do keeping the peace?
And personally, I don't agree with all of their nutritional advice.