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The reasons for that are myriad. Obesity is a complex, systemic issue, and has more to do with economics, society and the way in which certain foods are processed than it does individual choice. “The things that will improve obesity will be lifting people up socially and economically, [and] addressing systemic problems, rather than making people feel guilty about calories,” says Warner. A far more effective way for big restaurant chains to tackle obesity would, to his mind, be “improving working conditions and paying people more.” The reason I take another biscuit (and another) is partly individual, but it also illustrates one of the wider problems fueling weight gain, which is that certain foods lead to overeating. The last 70 years has seen ultra-processed food—that is, loosely, food made with additives or “industrial formulations” wherein flavor, sugar, fats or chemical preservatives are added—become increasingly prevalent in our diets, and these foods are more or less designed to make us want more. “The issue is not that you’re having an extra 500-calorie meal every day. Most people don’t do that. It’s consuming foods that trick our brains into overeating, which is more subconscious and a very slippery thing to get hold of,” says Pontzer. I take another biscuit because those biscuits are, in his words, “flavor-engineered to be over-consumed.”

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On the contrary, in the U.S., where calories have been mandated on restaurant menus since 2018, obesity has continued to increase steadily. In New York, it seemed these menus encouraged some people to order dishes with more calories, not fewer—perhaps in a bid to get value for money, or (my personal theory) from a “fuck it” mentality. “I don’t know why. I’m not a psychologist. But the idea that people are overeating just because they don’t know the calories? I’m really not sure,” says Pontzer, whose latest book on metabolism, Burn, draws on 20 years of meticulous research into what happens to the energy we consume. As Anthony Warner, a former food industry development chef and the author of The Angry Chef: Bad Science and the Truth About Healthy Eating, points out, “People are not going to be going into a burger restaurant and saying, I didn’t realize there were a massive number of calories in fried and side dishes.” By the same token, knowing how many calories there are in a chocolate digestive doesn’t stop me from taking several more. It’s a source of regret afterwards, when I check the half-empty packet and confirm what I knew already—but when it came to the crunch, that knowledge didn’t change my behavior. “Already several of the big chain restaurants offer calorie labeling on their website or on their menus,” says Warner, “and I’ve not consistently seen evidence of benefit.”

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They are low in filling fiber. They have pleasing textures, strong flavors, and are both speedy and cheap. “We still don’t really know what it is about ultra-processed food that generates weight gain,” investigative food journalist and author Bee Wilson wrote in The Guardian in 2020, but “evidence now suggests that diets heavy in ultra-processed foods can cause overeating and obesity… regardless of sugar content.” It is fashionable, these days, to point the finger at sugar, just as it was fashionable 10 years ago to point at fat. But, as Wilson observes, singling out individual nutrients as problematic simply causes the producers of ultra-processed foods to tweak their products to fit the fashion: turning the “low fat” products of a decade ago into “sugar free” versions and diverting the attention away from the real villain.

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