Meaning that if We the People decide we want to make sure that healthcare is accessible and affordable to all then that is our perogative (as the people in every other first world democratic nation on the planet have decided that healthcare is a basic right that all are entitled to). If we don't want the government sticking its nose in what we eat then that too is the people's collective decision, and politicians who don't respect that risk losing elections. (I for one think that high fructose corn syrup and trans fats need to be banned as ingredients in food. It wouldn't even affect what you got to eat - you would still be able to eat all the same foods you do now - only the manufacturers would be forced to use less toxic ingredients.)
And as for me, I will likely never be having any soda in restaurants ever again; unless a specific place has something sweetened with something other than high fructose corn syrup or aspartame, both of which are completely off my menu. (Though it seems I can't avoid HFCS completely, but I refuse to drink anything that contains it).