Should Easter Eggs Have A Calorie Warning? High Rates Of Childhood Obesity Sparks Fiery Debate | GMB

They have been on the supermarket shelves for weeks, with around 80 million being sold every year. But researchers from Oxford University say that hiding Easter eggs from the entrance and end of aisles in shops will help Brits slim down. Strategic positioning of chocolate eggs increases sales by 18 per cent. The average child will consume 8 of them. That's an estimated 8,000 calories. So, with two thirds of Brits being overweight or obese, and with the UK having one of the highest rates for childhood obesity in Europe - is it time to tell the Easter bunny to stop being so generous? Broadcast on 15/04/22 Stream Good Morning Britain live, every weekday from 6am on the ITV Hub 📲 Subscribe now for more! Like, follow and subscribe to Good Morning Britain! The Good Morning Britain YouTube channel delivers you the news that you’re waking up to in the morning. From exclusive interviews with some of the biggest names in politics and showbiz to heartwarming human interest stories and unmissable watch again moments. Join Susanna Reid, Ben Shephard, Kate Garraway, Charlotte Hawkins and Sean Fletcher every weekday on ITV from 6am until 9 every weekday! ITV Hub: Website: YouTube: Facebook: Twitter: #GMB

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