The chances of work for setting up a soluble salt mining project at Darang in Mandi district have brightened with Hindustan Salt Limited (HSL) finally submitting its proposal for Rs 190 crore to th

Globally, sodium intake far exceeds the level recommended by the World Health Organization. Assessing health literacy related to salt consumption among older adults could guide the development of interventions that target their knowledge gaps, misconceptions, or poor dietary practices. This study aimed to develop and validate the Chinese Health Literacy Scale for Low Salt Consumption - Hong Kong population (CHLSalt-HK).

PepsiCo has stepped up work on reducing salt and sugar in the beverages and snacks it sells in India amid growing public concern over high levels of some ingredients in packaged foods available in

After the hue and cry over the presence of high lead content and monosodium glutamate (MSG) in Maggi, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has now directed the State government

Dietary fats and sodium are both palatable and are hypothesized to synergistically contribute to ingestive behavior and thereby obesity. Contrary to this hypothesis, C57BL/6J mice fed a 45% high fat diet exhibited weight gain that was inhibited by increased dietary sodium content. This suppressive effect of dietary sodium upon weight gain was mediated specifically through a reduction in digestive efficiency, with no effects on food intake behavior, physical activity, or resting metabolism.

Food safety squads have been posted in all districts in the State to ensure that there is no sale of the banned Maggi noodles in the State, Health Minister V.S. Sivakumar has said.

NEW DELHI: India, the world's fifth largest instant noodles market till the other day, looks set to lose that status as sales in the category have crashed by about 80% across the country following

A CSE study on junk food had flagged health concerns over 'very high salt content' in Nestle's Maggi instant noodles.

With one of every five persons suffering from hypertension in India, there is a dire need to change lifestyle and increase awareness to prevent the silent killer spread its tentacles.

Sets target of 30% reduction by 2025

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