Titel: The good nutrition guide
Sub titel: Featuring the heroes and villains of UK food brands
Cutting through all the exaggerated claims found on food packaging, this brand new research from the Ethical Company Organisation uncovers and ranks the true health values of thousands of the UK's food brands. Using the Food Standards Agency's official guidelines on sugar, fat, salt and fibre, "The Good Nutrition Guide" reveals the UK's healthiest (and unhealthiest) food brands. Every label-reader's dream, hundreds of well-known food products (from Heinz to Hob Nobs) are analysed and compared in detail. These definitive health rankings at last provide clear guidance for consumers. Now they can see which brands to seek out - and which to leave firmly on the supermarket shelves."The Good Nutrition Guide" also puts this ground-breaking research into context, providing pages of healthy eating information and good nutrition advice. It makes food planning easy, showing how to make all the best choices for personal wellbeing, from interpreting current guidelines on recommended daily amounts to deciphering the confusing labelling systems used by the supermarkets. The proven links between nutrition, health and happiness are being strengthened with every study. "The Good Nutrition Guide" provides shocking but clear information - and shows why good nutrition starts with knowing exactly what to eat and what not to eat.
2008, 267 pag., Euro 13
Central Books, London, ISBN 9780955290725
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