The British government has banned the sale of sugary treats, as it prepares to introduce a new diet regime in which people will need to eat more fruits and vegetables and avoid sugar-sweetened beverages.
The government said the restrictions, which came into effect on January 1, would be introduced to help cut the obesity rate in the country.
It is aiming to cut the rate of the country’s estimated 4 million overweight people by 20% by 2030, as well as tackling the epidemic of type 2 diabetes.
The health minister said: “We are announcing this government’s latest action on obesity as part of our drive to reduce obesity and type 2D diabetes.”
We are introducing a diet regime that will help tackle the obesity epidemic, tackle type 2 and obesity, and reduce the incidence of type 1 diabetes and type 3.
“There will be a ban on the sale and purchase of sugared soft drinks and fruit and veg.”
These products are now banned in the United Kingdom, but you can still purchase them in the supermarkets and online.
“What you need to know about sugary drinks:Health experts say the UK’s new diet plan has been criticised for not being a comprehensive plan, but many people will benefit from the restrictions.
The restrictions come as the British government is seeking to tackle the epidemic that is type 2d and obesity in the world’s largest country, with more than 2.6 million cases of the disease and more than 300,000 deaths a year.
The country’s largest public health body, the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, called the new measures a “tough but necessary step”.”
It’s the right thing to do,” said Dr Andrew Symons, president of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cancers.”
What we need to do is look at all the options available, including a diet, and decide what is the best option for each individual.
“Health Minister Steve Webb said the move was a response to a “real challenge”.”
We want to make sure that we can meet the health needs of the people of this country, but also provide an environment that encourages healthy eating and good physical activity,” he said.”
It is a challenging environment, and I want to say we are not alone in that.
“This is not just about me.”
He said the government wanted to reduce the risk of Type 2 diabetes and the spread of type 3, which affects around 10 million people.
“While I’m keen to see the impact that this will have on our health system, I also want to be clear that I have no plans to stop the sale or purchase of unhealthy products,” he added.
What you should know about sugar:The British government said it was committed to reducing the prevalence of Type 1 diabetes, which has around 1.5 million people in Britain.
However, it is also looking to tackle a wider epidemic, with 1.6% of the population having diabetes, and the risk for this type of the condition is higher than for the UK as a whole.