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UK: ‘Change the law to cut salt in our takeaways’ Written by The behalal team for Health Heart Home Stroke

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22/7/12  www.independent.co.uk

Study of popular fast foods shows levels of sodium that far exceed recommended limits.

High street takeaway meals can contain more than twice the amount of salt that an adult should eat in an entire day, according to new research which suggests that salt levels in some the nation’s most popular fast foods are “alarmingly high”.


UK: Shaking out salt could save millions Written by The behalal team for Consumer Health Heart Home Industry News UK & World

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29/7/11 www.walesonline.co.uk

  • by Madeleine Brindley, Western Mail
 LAWS to restrict the availability of unhealthy foods could drastically cut the number of victims of heart disease and save the NHS millions.

UK: Study reveals ‘shocking’ kebabs Written by The behalal team for Food Production Health

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Meat sliced off a rotating slab in a Glasgow takeaway

Some 35% of doners contained a different meat than advertised

29/1/09 news.bbc.co.uk

Doner kebabs sold in the UK contain “shocking” levels of salt, fat and calories, a survey has concluded.

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UK: Shocking levels of salt hidden in our curry night Written by The behalal team for Food Production Heart

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29/4/10  www.actiononsalt.org.uk

NEW RESEARCH REVEALS FACT: A bought curry with all the extras (Rice, Naan, Sag Aloo, Poppadom and Chutney) could provide over 20.5g of salt, the equivalent of over THREE times your maximum recommended intake of 6g a day.

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UK: Romantic meals for 2 could lead to broken hearts Written by The behalal team for Food Production Heart

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14/2/11  www.actiononsalt.org.uk

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UK: Salt warning in Bradford takeaways Written by The behalal team for Food Production Health Home Industry Industry News UK & World

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12/2/11  www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk

Survey reveals nutritional value of takeaway meals in Bradford district are still not good enough

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