Parents, doctors, nurses, academics, charity leaders and politicians all say that we need a 9pm junk food ad watershed, both online and on TV, to reduce the ads that kids see which are swaying their food preferences every day.
The government have just made a big announcement. They want to reduce the adverts that kids see for unhealthy products—so they’re looking at introducing a 9pm junk food ad watershed both online and on TV, for all screens kids see.
Veg Power from the Food Foundation has launched a major new national campaign to change the way people think and feel about vegetables, with the aim of inspiring us all to eat more veg. Especially our kids!
This week on Friday Night Feast the boys look at how sports sponsorship could become a force for good. They hear from experts about how this sponsorship could be used to send kids a clearer message about healthy lifestyles.
Jamie and Jimmy visit a community centre that is helping teenagers learn to cook from scratch, giving them life-long skills in the kitchen.
How much more evidence do we need before seizing the bull by the horns? It is time to ban the sale of energy drinks to children in the UK.
It’s not perfect, but it is underpinned by a big bold target to halve childhood obesity by 2030, and I fully support this in every way.
Jamie’s Head of Nutrition, Jenny Rosborough, reveals whether current government measures to reduce sugar in our food are making a difference