Utilisez moins de sel à table
Si vous avez l'habitude d'ajouter une pincée de sel à vos pommes
de terre ou légumes dans l'assiette, LoSalt est parfait. Vous
continuez de bénéficier du goût, mais avec deux tiers de sel en
In the run up to Salt Awareness Week 2017 on 20th-26th March, LoSalt commissioned a survey into how much people really know about their own salt intake and what (if any) links this may have to health. The results were very interesting!
LoSalt was happy to support the recent The Mad Dog 10k - an annual event which takes place in Southport on the North West coast.
Towngate Fisheries chip shop in Bradford was last night awarded the 'Healthy Eating Fish and Chips Award' sponsored by LoSalt, at the 2017 National Fish and Chip Shop Awards.
LoSalt recently exhibited at Food Matters Live 2016 where we showcased just how easily LoSalt can be used in everyday cooking.
LoSalt is sponsoring the Healthy Eating ‘Fish and Chips’ Award at the 2017 National Fish & Chip Awards, organised by Seafish.
If you like tasty food but are looking for healthier alternatives to serve up to your family, then our new ‘recipe of the month’ could be the inspiration you are looking for.
The Friary, in Carrickfergus, has been named LoSalt’s Fish and Chip Shop of the Month for September 2016. David McKelvey, owner of The Friary, introduced LoSalt on The Friary’s fish and chip shop menu a little over a year ago. David explains why LoSalt has had such a positive impact on his business and his customers...
A great mention from the Hairy Bikers - thanks for using our product at the Yorkshire Food Festival.
Blood Pressure UK's Know your Numbers! Week runs from 12th - 18th September and involves hundreds of nationwide organisations signing up to provide free blood pressure tests and information at venues known as Pressure Stations.
Fochabers Fish Bar has been named LoSalt’s Fish and Chip Shop of the Month for August 2016. Owner Darren Boothroyd explains why he thinks it is so important to offer LoSalt to all customers at Fochabers Fish Bar...
Sel et maladie cardiaque
Une trop grande consommation de sel peut entraîner de
l'hypertension, ce qui accroît le risque d'infarctus et
d'AVC. En adoptant une alimentation plus saine et en réduisant
la quantité de sel consommée, vous pouvez faire toute la différence
et favoriser une bonne tension artérielle.