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Prince Charles Wants To Ban The Big Mac

 - Mar 1, 2007   Updated: Apr 13 2011
References: thisislondon & disinfo
Prince Charles, known to be an advocate of healthy living and public health awareness, spoke out against McDonald's fast food suggesting that a ban was key to ensuring the long-term health of the nation.

Prince Charles asked nutritionist Nadine Tayara of the Imperial College London Diabetes Centre, "Have you got anywhere with McDonald's, have you tried getting it banned? That's the key."

Implications - Politicians and royalty from around the world are increasingly speaking out against fast food to incentivize citizens to lead healthier lives; here, Prince Charles has denounced fast-food giant McDonald's. Companies can take advantage of this renewed focus on health by creating products that augment users' overall wellness and fitness.