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Israel-based Salt of the Earth has launched a new umami essence sea salt ingredient that 'complies with the global salt reduction agenda' by cutting sodium levels by up to a half.
A review has found that a 1983 recommendation that people severely limit their intake of butter and full-fat milk has found that high dairy fat diets are not as unhealthy as first reported.
Olympic gymnast Beth Tweddle has become the new face of yogurt in a new video promoting the health benefits of yogurt and dairy.
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