According to Matthew Cole – a health expert who is working alongside the man behind the idea, creative designer Hayden Peek – receipts are a reliable indicator of a person’s dietary habits over time and, like labelling in supermarkets and on menus, could help us make healthier choices. But does such labelling really work? Research shows that consumers spend only six seconds looking at a product before buying it and can find labels confusing due to information overload. Meanwhile, obesity levels continue to rise: according to Public Health England, nearly two-thirds of adults were overweight or obese in 2015.
Here’s another really bad idea who’s time has come I guess…
I wasn’t sure where to post this. It’s like an intersection of bad pseudoscience (sadly, that’s what I’ve started to consider mainstream nutrition and exercise “science” to be for the most part since starting my Keto journey) and well intentioned but misinformed government agencies (which is how this whole obesity disaster got accelerated back in 1978).
How long with government & medical agencies hold on to their saturated fat & salt fantasies anyway?
My receipt would look awful red:
half n half