USA: GMA: Nutrition Challenges Deserve Comprehensive Approaches, Not 'Accusations or Finger Pointing'
Newly proposed federal Dietary Guidelines offer consumers practical yet flexible advice to promote better nutrition and health without grasping for simplistic solutions to complex issues, the Grocery Manufacturers of America said today.At a briefing to highlight the federal government's upcoming National Nutrition Summit, GMA's Lisa Katic, a registered dietitian, said "accusations and finger pointing at particular industries or foods detract from meaningful efforts" to address issues such as obesity, malnutrition, and physical inactivity.
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