Lifestyle and nutrition are directly related to our health. Along with other factors, they determine our weight and may increase the risk of developing chronic diseases at some point in life, including obesity, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes or cancer. The number of people with obesity has almost tripled in the last decades and approximately 1,900 million people were overweight in 2016. Who is responsible for reversing this trend? How should the different social actors (government, industry, scientific community, civil society organizations, educational community, consumers, etc.) share responsibility?
Use this Play Decide game to engage in dialogue to reflect on some controversial aspects related to healthy eating and lifestyle and its governance. It is a debating game designed to play in groups of 4 to 8 people for a minimum of about 60-90 min.