# GATE BT 2021 | GA Question: 10

Some people suggest anti-obesity measures $\text{(AOM)}$ such as displaying calorie information in restaurant menus. Such measures sidestep addressing the core problems that cause obesity: poverty and income inequality.

Which one of the following statements summarizes the passage?

1. The proposed $\text{AOM}$ addresses the core problems that cause obesity
2. If obesity reduces, poverty will naturally reduce, since obesity causes poverty
3. $\text{AOM}$ are addressing the core problems and are likely to succeed
4. $\text{AOM}$ are addressing the problem superficially

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