(Cover) – EN Fitness & Wellbeing – Mark Hamill, Paloma Faith and Richard Branson are among the stars getting behind Jamie Oliver’s latest health campaign.Top chef Jamie has made it his mission to tackle childhood obesity in recent years, and regularly puts pressure on the British government to take action.He previously pushed for a sugar tax, which was recently applied to fizzy drinks in the U.K., and he also founded Jamie’s Food Revolution, a movement designed to provoke debate and inspire positive change in the way children access, consume and understand food.He’s now spearheading the #AdEnough campaign, which aims to stop children being bombarded with junk food adverts.As part of the new health drive, Jamie is asking people to upload selfies to social media with their eyes covered, something numerous stars have happily done. “I’m with @jamieoliver. I’ve #AdEnough of kids being bombarded with junk food ads. Currently, the only ad-blocker they’ve got is covering their eyes – that’s CRAZY! We need the government to act. Join in and post your #AdEnough pic. #YouCANMakeFriendsWithSalad,” actor Mark tweeted alongside a picture of himself covering his eyes with his hand. He also uploaded snaps of Jamie shielding his eyes, and a pack of Dole lettuce with a picture of his Star Wars alter ego Luke Skywalker on it. Singer Paloma also uploaded a photo and a message, telling her followers: “I’m with @JamieOliver. I’ve #AdEnough of kids being bombarded with junk food ads. It’s a simple fact that the more junk food ads young people see, the more junk food they eat. Currently the only ad-blocker they’ve got is covering their eyes. We need the government to step in.”And businessman Richard posed with his daughter Holly to get the message across via his Instagram page.Other stars to support the campaign include McFly singer Tom Fletcher, Britain’s Got Talent judge Amanda Holden and fellow chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall.© Cover Media