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[英伦广角] 2016-01-09 英国公共卫生局呼吁家长安装智能测糖App

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Children Consuming Body Weight In Sugar


Public Health England launches a campaign urging parents to make healthier choices - but critics say it does not go far enough.

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For Becky, this means instant access to sugar content.

“So it’s 25 sugar cubes in box.”

And it is at times surprising.

“The drink has shocked me. I don’t think it’s been that much. And these cereals…”

The new app called “Sugar Smart” means parents can scan and track how much their children are consuming. And for her sons Aaron and Ben, Becky believes it’s useful.

“The sugar in everything, all products, even I know there is sugar, I arrange sugar in(?). It is harder to read the labels - that makes it a lot easier to understand how much sugar is in them. And so...but I don’t think I would use it in a supermarket and scan everything. That would be far too much to deal with."

The app’s part of the public health England campaign called “Change4Life”, prompted by these statistics:

Over year, all the kids eat and drink a whapping 5543 sugar cubes. That’s 22 packs of sugar. That’s more than a kid like me weighs, and I’m five.

"Children in Britain are eating far too much sugar - three times more than the recommended amount. And that is causing them real harm. Almost half of 8-year-olds have tooth decay, a third of 11-year-olds are be so or over weight. So we as parents need to think about helping our kids to cut down the amount of sugar they consume.”

“This fat can cause serious disease as we grow older, including Type 2 diabetes, X and even heart disease.

But the National Obesity Forum say the smartphone app and the campaign overall doesn’t go far enough.

"I think shock tactics is the way we have to go. We’ve spent 25 years being namby pamby and very gentle with our information. That hasn't worked. We ought to do something now which really pulls people up short and says: ' If you do that, this will be the consequence'.”

For Becky however, the app worked. She will now use it as a guideline. But the next challenge -- getting the kids on board too.

Adele Robinson, Sky News.
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[Homework]2016-01-09 英国公共卫生局呼吁家长安装智能测糖App

For Becky this means instant access to suger content.It says 25 sugar cubes a box.
And it is at times surprising.
The drink has shocked me, I don't think it will be that much and these cereals.
The new app called Sugar Smart means parents can scan and track how much their children are consuming, and for her sons Aron and Ben, Becky believes it's useful.
The sugar in everything all products even the no added sugar * got sugar in them.
It is hard to read the lables, that makes it a lot easier to understand how much sugar is in them and so I don't think I will do that in the super markets and scan every item, that will be far too much to deal with.
The app is a part of public health England campaign called change for life, prompted by this statistic.
Every year all kids eat and drink a whopping 5,543 sugar cubes, that's 22 packs of sugar, that's more than a kid like me weighs and I'm five.
Children in Britain are eating far too much sugar, three times more than the recommended amount and that's causing them real harm, almost half of eight-year olds have tooth decay, a third of 11-year olds are obese or over weight, so we as parents need to think about helping our kids to cut down the amount of sugar they consume.
This fat can cause serious deseases as we grow older including type II dybetse diabetes, some cancers and even heart desease.
But the national obesity forum say the smartphone app and the campaign overall doesn't go far enough.
I think shock tactics is the way now that we have to go, we've spent 25 years being namby-pamby (柔弱的,和善的)and very gentle with our information, that hasn't worked, we've got to choose something now which really pulls people up short and says if you do that, this will be the consequence.
For Becky however the app workecd, she'll now use it as a guideline, but the next challenge getting the kids on board too.

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[Homework]2016-01-09 英国公共卫生局呼吁家长安装智能测糖App

For Becky, this means instant access to sugar content.

“So 25 sugar cubes in box.”

And it is at times surprising.

“The drink has shocked me. I don’t think it’s been that much. And these cereals…”

The new app called “Sugar Smart” means parents can scan and track how much their children are consuming. And for her sons Aaron and Ben, Becky believes it’s useful.

“The sugar in everything, all products, even no-added sugar, on these scouser children

It is harder to read the labels - that makes it a lot easier to understand how much sugar is in them. And so...but I don’t think I would use it in a supermarket and scan everything. That would be far too much to deal with.

The app’s part of the public health England campaign called “Change4Life”, prompted by these statistics:

Over year, all the kids eat and drink a whapping 5543 sugar cubes. That’s 22 packs of sugar. That’s more than a kid like me weighs, and I’m five.

Children in Britain are eating far too much sugar - three times more than the recommended amount. And that is causing them real harm. Almost half of 8-year-olds have tooth decay, a third of 11-year-olds are be so or over weight. So we as parents need to think about helping our kids to cut down the amount of sugar they consume.”

“This fat can cause serious disease as we grow older, including Type 2 diabetes, some cancers and even heart disease.

But the National Obesity Forum say the smartphone app and the campaign overall doesn’t go far enough.

I think shock tactics is the way we have to go. We’ve spent 25 years being namby pamby and very gentle with our own information. That hasn't worked. We ought to do something now which really pulls people love short and says: ' If you do that, this will be the consequence'.”

For Becky however, the app worked. She will now use it as a guideline. But the next challenge -- getting the kids on board too.

Adele Robinson, Sky News                                                   


This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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