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Putting calories on menus is no silver bullet but makes perfect sense

We should be using every possible weapon in our arsenal to tackle obesity, writes Gillian Nelis

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
7th April, 2017
You decide Pic: Getty

The French deli where I pick up my lunchtime sandwich three or four days a week has plenty to offer in the way of temptation: great croissants, baguettes filled with hefty wedges of cheese, and freshly-made eclairs are just some of them.

Most of the time I manage to resist them, but up until a couple of months ago, I found myself - on a fairly regular basis - picking up one of the small...

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