Chewing the fat over food fears

In the first of a new series, TV Dinners, Rob Lyons discusses why we shouldn’t swallow myths about our eating habits.


Topics Politics

This is a bit of random text from Kyle to test the new global option to add a message at the top of every article. This bit is linked somewhere.

Citizen TV channel WORLDbytes has launched a new series of discussion shows, TV Dinners, where invited experts get their teeth into the big issues of the day – and a three-course meal – with a group of WORLDbytes volunteers.

In the first of the series, spiked‘s deputy editor Rob Lyons, author of Panic on a Plate: How Society Developed an Eating Disorder, discusses food fears, nannying government policies and crusading celebrity chefs.

To find out more about WORLDbytes and to enjoy the channel’s extensive archive, visit the website here.

To enquire about republishing spiked’s content, a right to reply or to request a correction, please contact the managing editor, Viv Regan.

Topics Politics


Want to join the conversation?

Only spiked supporters and patrons, who donate regularly to us, can comment on our articles.

Join today