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How much salt in your kids’ day

It’s easy for sodium to build up over a day....

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Health check: Turn the tables on pre-hypertension

We’ve probably all had our blood pressure checked at some...

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How much sodium is in that vegetarian protein?

If you’re vegetarian, or just enjoy mixing your diet up...

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How much sodium is in that fresh pasta?

It’s important to keep an eye on sodium intake, as...

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How much sodium is in that pasta sauce?

Pasta sauces are a pantry staple for those days when...

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How much sodium is in that soup?

There’s nothing nicer than a warming soup on cold days....

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Shopping for foods with less salt

Most of us eat far too much salt — in...

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How much sodium is in that Asian sauce?

Asian sauces are often to blame for too much salt...

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How much sodium is in those quick-cook noodles?

Quick-cook noodles are cheap, quick and tasty, and are often...

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Salt: How much is too much?

Sodium is essential to a range of bodily processes, but...

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The dark side of the white stuff

It’s confusing when we’re being told not to eat too...

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Ask the experts: The sodium-potassium balancing act

HFG senior nutritionist Rose Carr investigates the lesser-known, but equally...

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Ask the experts: Breastfeeding and salt

Q: "Why am I craving salt? I am breastfeeding my...

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A grain of salt

It’s our most common food additive and some say the...

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Is MasterChef right?

Niki Bezzant shares some ideas on how to cut the...

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How much salt is in that sauce?

Rose Carr investigates the amount of salt found in shop-bought...

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How to lower high blood pressure

We look at a common concern and how to manage...

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Everyday shopping: Salt

We explain the differences between the various types of salt...

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