There are campaigns against fat, salt, and sugar. Are these ingredients bad or not? We as human beings need them. Whereas in the Western World we consume too much of them, there is a lack in other parts of the world. Is this an ideological war?
- Natalia Gonzalez is the Director of Legal and Legislative Affairs at Libertad y Desarrollo. She is a lawyer from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Master of Laws (LL.M.) from the University of Chicago.
- Antonio O’Mullony is Research Associate at Civismo, Spain. He is specialized in lifestyle regulation, international trade, and multilateralism and is a regular contributor to several newspapers.
- Andrea Poli is the founder of the Nutrition Foundation of Italy and he has conducted several studies on the implication of fat and sugar on people’s health.
- Christopher Snowdon is the head of lifestyle economics at the Institute of Economic Affairs. His research focuses on social freedoms, prohibition, and policy-based evidence.
- Pietro Paganini, President and Curiosity Officer at Competere, Professor at Fox School of Business, Temple University of Philadelphia