The HSE want meal deals in service stations, convenience stores and supermarkets banned.
It could be the end of the sandwich, drink and bag of crisps deal for a few euro, with the World Health Organisation saying it's found a surge in unhealthy eating habits since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.
For the first time people living in Ireland are now more likely to be overweight or obese than of normal weight.
The HSE clinical lead on obesity, Dr. Donal O'Shea, says many measures are needed to combat the change, but a ban on convenience store deals involving free soft drinks or chocolate bars with a sandwich is one.
"Literally, that should be illegal.
"The people who are in the supermarkets - the workers - and the petrol stations, they're trained to offer that special offer.
"70% of people will say no the first time, but if the person behind the counter says 'well are you sure, it's a good offer'.
"Another 30% will say 'ah yeah, go on'."