The Better Health campaign will be introduced with weight-management services expanded in the National Health Service.
A raft of measures have been revealed as part of the government's new obesity strategy to get the nation fit and healthy, thereby protecting themselves against Covid-19 and reducing the strain on the NHS.
The British Dietetic Association (BDA) cautiously welcomed the plans as a positive step, but urged the Government to go further.
Johnson said at the peak of his illness, when he was taken into the intensive care unit to be treated for COVID-19, he was way overweight.
The rules will be more burdensome for smaller firms which change their menu frequently - potentially harming efforts to promote regional and seasonal food such as game or British-farmed vegetables.
According to the policy paper, nearly two-thirds (63%) of adults in England are overweight or living with obesity.
It added: 'From 2021, we will work with the [BMA] and the [NICE] to implement incentives for doctors through the [QOF] to ensure everyone living with obesity are offered support for weight loss'.
"But since I recovered from coronavirus, I've been steadily building up my fitness".
The most constructive approach to improving public health would be to "provide effective and credible tools to allow people to make informed decisions about their lifestyles, nutrition and exercise, from as early an age as possible", Nicholls said.
Five Rafale jets fly out of France to India
For a while now, the IAF had been seen as handicapped vis-a-vis its challengers in the region, notably the Pakistan Air Force. The training has been going on in batches and the training goes on in the facility of Dassault Aviation.
Restaurants will have to display the calories contained in items on menus and there will be a consultation into doing the same for alcohol.
Health secretary Matt Hancock, writing in the Daily Telegraph, said: 'If everyone who is overweight lost five pounds it could save the NHS over £100million over the next five years.
This week's "Better Health" plan comes as evidence linking excess weight with a higher risk of severe illness from coronavirus has grown.
Global Positioning System will be motivated to recommend workout and other social activities to assist individuals keep fit, with biking pilots in the poorest locations set to offer bikes to lure individuals into upping their activity levels.
"And more importantly, given the link between obesity and coronavirus, losing weight could be lifesaving". "He himself is already losing weight".
He said while it is great for the environment it will do nothing to tackle obesity: "You have so many trainers and so many programmes out there.at the end of the day, it's simple maths, it's calorie deficit".
TV chef Jamie Oliver, who has campaigned to tackle child obesity for 20 years, said: "This is a huge step in the right direction".
"Weight loss is hard, but with some small changes we all can feel healthier", said Johnson.