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An organization in the United Kingdom called the Royal Society for Public Health began to advocate the addition of an “activity equivalent” label on the nutrition facts of food. This means that next to the amount of calories there would be a part that says how long one would need to jog to burn off all of the calories in one serving. Do you think that this is a smart idea that could help people make healthy decisions, or do you think that this would be a useless feature to the nutrition facts label?