"Healthy sandwich not so healthy"
"Healthy sandwich not so healthy
Healthy sandwiches are typically much less healthy than the name suggests. White bread, high salinity and hefty size make the bun is often anything but a healthy choice. This concludes the Consumer after examining 40 healthy sandwiches for Healthy Guide this month.
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Some rolls of bread contain as much as three to four slices of bread, thick invested and contain 5 grams of salt. Both bread, cheese and ham are relatively rich in salt.
"This makes it downright salt bombs that the advice not to spend more than 6 grams of salt to eat, making virtually impossible," the Consumers' Association.
Also, many vendors offer a choice between white or brown bread. By taking a brown bun and to invest with lots of vegetables and not too much ham and cheese sandwich that consumers can make their health a lot healthier, say the researchers.
The Consumers ordered at 40 delis, bakeries, cafés, cafeterias and snack bars in eight medium-sized cities healthy sandwiches and investigated compound, salt and bacteria.
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