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Cross-sectional survey of salt content in cheese: a major contributor to salt intake in the UK
Objective To investigate the salt (sodium chloride) content in cheese sold in UK supermarkets. Study design We carried out a cross-sectional survey in 2012, including 612 cheeses available in UKExpand
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How much sugar is hidden in drinks marketed to children? A survey of fruit juices, juice drinks and smoothies
Objective To investigate the amount of sugars in fruit juices, juice drinks and smoothies (FJJDS) marketed to children. Design We surveyed the sugars content (per 100 ml and standardised 200 mlExpand
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Cross-sectional survey of the amount of free sugars and calories in carbonated sugar-sweetened beverages on sale in the UK
Objectives To investigate the free sugars and calorie content of carbonated sugar-sweetened beverages (CSSB) available in the main UK supermarkets. Study design We carried out a cross-sectionalExpand
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Reducing Sodium in the Global Food Supply to Reduce Population Burden of Cardiovascular Disease
Populations around the world are consuming salt in quantities that far exceed physiological requirements. In view of the association of a high salt intake with hypertension, cardiovascular and kidneyExpand
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Action on sugar—lessons from UK salt reduction programme
Obesity has increased worldwide during the past 30 years in both high-income and low-income countries and in all divisions of society. The estimated numbers of overweight and obese adults worldwideExpand
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Gradual reduction of sugar in soft drinks without substitution as a strategy to reduce overweight, obesity, and type 2 diabetes: a modelling study.
BACKGROUND Sugar-sweetened beverages are a major source of free sugar intake in both children and adults, and are an important contributor to obesity and obesity-related diseases, including type 2Expand
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Salt and sugars content of breakfast cereals in the UK from 1992 to 2015.
OBJECTIVE To study the salt and sugars content of breakfast cereals sold in the UK between 1992 and 2015. DESIGN Cross-sectional surveys on salt and sugars content collected from the nutritionExpand
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Systematic review of the literature on the effectiveness of product reformulation measures to reduce the sugar content of food and drink on the population's sugar consumption and health: a study
Introduction Obesity, type 2 diabetes and dental caries are all major public health problems in the UK, with significant costs to the healthcare service. We aim to conduct a systematic review toExpand
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Effects of product reformulation on sugar intake and health—a systematic review and meta-analysis
Context Obesity, type 2 diabetes, and dental caries are all major public health problems in the United Kingdom and contribute substantially to healthcare costs. Objective A systematic review andExpand
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Cross-sectional surveys of the amount of sugar, energy and caffeine in sugar-sweetened drinks marketed and consumed as energy drinks in the UK between 2015 and 2017: monitoring reformulation progress
Objectives To investigate the sugar, energy and caffeine content of sugar-sweetened drinks marketed and consumed as energy drinks available in the UK. Study design We carried out a cross-sectionalExpand
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