If it was good enough for hospitals in Nova Scotia, it’s good enough for Ontario’s healthcare system!
The Champlain Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) has announced that 20 hospitals in eastern Ontario will work to improve menus at their in-house cafeterias.
They’re also planning to follow in the footsteps of Nova Scotia and New York City by forcing private food businesses like McDonald’s, Tim Hortons and Second Cup to remove filthy, unhealthy items from their menus.
These changes will be activated by Christmas of this year.
So say goodbye to delicious treats like donuts, Timbits and potato chips, and say hello to cinnamon buns and muffins made from delicious sweet potatoes!
If you’re a friend or family member visiting somebody in the hospital, and want something not offered on these uber healthy menus, you’ll have to go on a journey to find some grub.
Are these hospitals making a wise, healthy decision, or are we sliding deeper into the the darkness that swirls within a “Nanny State”?
Caller Dave admits to Mike that he had a hand in altering hospital fast food menus – Listen below.