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New federal dietary guidelines are due to come out next year, and critics say early drafts suggest they may represent a new nanny-state intrusion – calling for Internet-based “weigh-ins” and government text messages to overweight people meant to help them shed the pounds.

Critics also fear the guidelines, which are subject to revision every five years, may go well beyond nutrition to address the planet’s health, too. At a March 14 meeting of the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee, committee member Miriam Nelson of Tufts University said: “The question that we’re spending the most time on right now is really, what is the relationship between population level dietary patterns as a whole and long-term food sustainability and related food security?”