A new research has shown that heart disease could be cut by almost a fifth if food companies were banned from adding too much salt to their products.
Such restrictions might include banning ready meals from having more than 3g of salt and crisps and sandwiches more than 0.6g. The study concluded that it was not enough to advise people on healthy eating and hope they choose to cut down on salt. The study has been published in the journal Heart.ANI
Heart attack risk higher for women whose mothers had strokes
Dining out `ups diabetes risk`