'Healthy' foods are not always the healthiest option

04/8/2003 | BBC

Research conducted in the U.K. found that some foods marketed as "healthy" actually contain higher levels of fat, sugar and salt than standard products. "Consumers need to check labels very carefully to be sure they are getting the health benefits and calorie savings they want," said one analyst.

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