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British doctor warns against the dangers of more than one Easter egg

# A doctor at the National Health Service in England incurred the wrath of many Britons after a warning that people should not eat more than one Easter egg at a time. Doctor Andrew Kelso says an average Easter egg contains almost three quarters of the calories which an adult needs on a daily basis. He says tooth decay, obesity and type 2 diabetes are on the rise worldwide and it’s always better to eat in moderation. Reaction on social media ranged from “You’re not my mother” to “I’m going to eat two right now”.