Connect with us

Health

More Than Half Of ‘Healthy’ Snacks Contain High Salt, Sugar Or Fats: Survey – NDTV Food

According to a recent survey, 55% of the snacks marketed as being ‘healthy’ actually contain high quantities of fat, sugar and salt.

Published

on

Article feature image

The survey suggests healthy snacks may not be what they seem. Photo: iStock
The urge to snack is simply irresistible and can sprout at any given time. Even the most careful eaters complain of hunger cravings at odd hours. There are a number of healthy snacks available in the market today for health-conscious individuals. These are said to be healthier than the bag of chips or crisps that one would usually binge on. However, a recent survey has revealed that these so-called ‘healthy’ snacks actually…

Click here to view the original article.

You might also like ...

Article feature image
Botswana halts poultry imports from South Africa after bird flu cases – The Poultry Site
Article feature image
Severe COVID-19 Infection And Death Linked With Physical Inactivity, Says Study – India.com
Article feature image
WHO sounds alarm on drug-resistant bacteria – Financial Times