The food industry NewsLetter, 'FoodNavigator' does it again, with the biggest headline fail of the week. Here's what they said in the headline ...
"How to persuade young Americans to follow dietary guidelines"
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But nowhere in this article did they talk about young people, and nowhere did they talk about the role of peer pressure. The article said the following ridiculous inanity:
Weight loss and living longer are the prime motivators for persuading young people to follow the healthy eating habits as set out in the 2010 USDA Dietary Guidelines for Americans.
How to persuade young Americans to follow dietary guidelines
The best way to get people to eat better, according to the, quote, article is to “Connect the dots for consumers in terms of a product benefit to a fundamental characteristic of healthy eating,” ... “Keep in mind that taste, convenience, and value are primary drivers of food choice overall for all generations.”
Does this make sense to anyone?
Young people still think they're immortal, they still think they're going to live forever because they still have the metabolism of a bird, and can get away with eating nastiness.
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