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A number of commentators have raised concerns recently about the increasing corporate presence in Australian schools. At a time of burgeoning rates of obesity and chronic disease, the increasing presence of fast food franchises within Australian hospitals should be equally troubling.
There’s strong evidence to show that high consumption of fast food increases the risk of obesity and chronic disease, such as heart disease, diabetes and range of cancers. As such, health services invest significant resources encouraging people to eat healthy food and control their weight to reduce their risk of contracting these diseases.
Hospitals are accredited on the nutritional quality of the food they provide to patients and nutrition advice is a key component of their outpatient services. They even offer nutrition counselling to their staff. Yet at the same time, they invite fast-food outlets to set up in prominent places within the hospital foyer.