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Monica Hall

This was kind of where I was getting at with my post, although I didn't go into detail about the food systems example. I think the problem of obesity is rooted in issues way past the 'simple' system of food production, such as mental health, complying with social norms, and the supposedly unrelated and independent nutritional standards. I do agree in that if the government altered the regulations for the production of food, it could certainly have profound effects on obesity. However, I also believe personal/societal change could more profoundly alter our eating habits (for good), which would also change the demand of food being produced, and inherently solving another one of the problems as well. I kind of just reworded exactly what you said in your post, haha my b.

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