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Publisher: safefood
Author: safefood
Subject: Healthy eating
We all know that too much salt is bad for our hearts. But the fact is that even if you completely stopped adding salt to your food you'd still be 100% over the recommended daily allowance. How? Because between 65% and 70% of the salt we actually eat comes from processed food, fast food, and canteen...
Publisher: safefood
Author: safefood
Subject: Healthy eating
We all know that too much salt is bad for our hearts. But what can you do to cut down? Between 65% and 70% of the salt we eat comes from processed food, fast food, and canteen and restaurant food; so as well as reducing the amount of salt that you add to food, it's especially important to cut down...
Publisher: safefood
Author: safefood
Subject: Healthy eating
This booklettells you how to have asafe, cheap and delicious Christmas. It includes tips on how to be a thrifty shopper and the importantfood safety tips you need toknowthis Christmas. Make your Christmas special and cheapby cooking it all yourself this year. This booklet includes delicious...
Publisher: safefood
Author: safefood
Subject: Healthy eating
A shared goal of safefood and the Health Service Executive (HSE) is to improve the health of the Irish population. One of the greatest public health threats facing all developed countries today, including the island of Ireland, is obesity. It is crucial that the various sectors and disciplines...
Publisher: safefood
Author: safefood
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The report summarises the evaluation of the Decent Food for All (DFfA) intervention that was delivered by the Armagh and Dungannon Health Action Zone (ADHAZ) Partnership.
Publisher: safefood
Author: safefood
Subject: Healthy eating
Poverty has been consistently associated with poorer health. The factors driving this association with poorer health among disadvantaged groups have been extensively investigated and include economic, ecological, psycho-social and structural factors.
Publisher: safefood
Author: safefood
Subject: Food poisoning
Recent research, funded by safefood, has indicated a high occurrence of the food poisoning bacterium, Campylobacter in raw poultry, particularly chicken, with 49.9% of retail samples of raw chicken testing positive for the bacterium.
Publisher: safefood
Author: safefood
Subject: Food safety
This study examined consumer food safety knowledge on the island of Ireland. Domestic refrigerators were tested for the presence of a range of pathogenic bacteria.
Publisher: safefood
Author: safefood
Subject: Food safety
A population-based telephone survey conducted in 2002 estimated that there were 3.2 million episodes of acute gastroenteritis on the island of Ireland each year (Scallon et al., 2004). It is often very dif ficult to definitively identify the source of illness. However, of the respondents in...
Publisher: safefood
Author: safefood
Subject: Healthy eating
Pre-requisites for health are equity, minimum income, nutrition, peace, water, sanitation, housing, education, work, political will and public support (WHO, 1986). It has long been known that social disadvantage harms health (Black, 1980, Ettner, 1996). Many researchers have documented that...

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