Has eating out actually helped out?
Posted On: 8th September 2020
Cafes and restaurants saw an unprecedented number of visitors this week, as customers all over the nation took advantage of the ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ scheme in its final few days. Yet obesity remains one of the UK’s worst public health issues. With 63% of adults in England either obese or overweight, the obesity epidemic costs the NHS around £6bn a year. Over 40 serious health conditions are linked to obesity, ranging from type 2 diabetes to cardiovascular disease, osteoarthritis, liver disease, obstructive sleep apnoea and an increased risk of cancer.
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Read the full analysis of the Eat Out to Help Out scheme from the Whitehouse Consultancy here.