Counting Calories: How under-reporting can explain the apparent fall in calorie intake : Tees Valley Public Health Shared Service

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A report concluding that it is not plausible that reported falls in calorie consumption, offset by even greater falls in physical activity, have caused the rise in obesity. Instead, it proposes that the apparent fall in consumption can be explained by an increase in underreporting of calorie intake in official statistics; calorie intake may not actually have declined.

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  • Publication date8 August 2016
  • CreatorHugo Harper and Michael Hallsworth
  • ContributorLeon Green
  • Copyright© Behavioural Insights Ltd
 
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