BBC News: Canada’s healthy-eating guide fights to stay relevant
Canada’s healthy-eating guide fights to stay relevant - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-38324636
This was published on the UK’s BBC website under the US & Canada section earlier today. Some changes in the guide are going to be made and I hope that they ‘look at the science’, however, … food historian Ian Mosby says that ‘if the guide is to remain relevant, it must be backed up with policy changes that makes healthy eating more affordable and puts limits on sugars and fats in foods.’
It sounds like some lobbying for ketogenic principles needs to be included as well as a reduction in inputs from companies with the vested interests.
Are any Canada voters and residents able to petition their Members of Parliament, or the Health Minister Jane Philpott, to help them make the right change?