In the middle of March 2018 I attended a symposium at The University of Copenhagen discussing challenges and perspectives, regarding the Nordic Nutrition Recommendations. One of the current challenges highlighted was the consumption of supplements.
This week, Public Health England published the report ‘Calorie reduction: The scope and ambition for action’ which detailed, amongst other incentives, a recommendation of a diet that consisted of 400kcal for breakfast, and 600kcal each for lunch and dinner. A large part of the report was focused on childhood overweight and obesity. However, I, like most of those in the nutrition field, have something to say about this.