I agree that people need to be more health conscious and with the growing number
of gyms and health clubs I think most people already are. We don't need
legislation here in Utah that limit our beverage sizes or that fine people that
choose not to go to the gym.
I hate to be the one to tell the legislature this, but you can't legislate
cultural changes.No matter how many resolutions or laws you pass,
people will over eat and not exercise enough.How do you change the
culture when food is so readily available and such a part of our national
Eating healthy food is good for EVERY BODY. Promoting healthful eating is great
but this legislation is not directed to everyone, it is directed at people that
are “obese” and, therefore, continue the stereotyping and
stigmatization people with larger bodies.You cannot tell by a
person’s body size what their fitness levels are, how hard they work, how
intelligent they are, how disciplined they are, or what they eat. To do so, is
News Flash for the Legislature...If you want to reduce
"waist" size for the youth reinstitute mandatory Gym classess....Oh wait, that might mean they would need to spend some money...
can't do that....