The Office Cake Culture Condemned By Dental Professionals

Updated: Dec 17, 2018

The big question is how cake can be banned when it is synonymous with celebrations. The cake culture has been blamed for numerous health problems.

Key takeaways:

Owing to rise of issues such as obesity and tooth decay, the Royal College of Surgeons is against the cake culture.

The consumption of sugary treats has a negative effect on memory and brain health.

Social Influence plays a role in the expansive culture of cakes and sugary treats in the workplace.

As a start, the British dentists, and others, have urged employers and managers to lead the way in reducing sugar consumption at the workplace by celebrating milestones with healthful foods and avoiding cookies and junk food as the snacks offered at meetings, for example.

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