NHS: not healthy dinners.

Hospital dinners are packed with more saturated fat than a fit adult should eat in an entire day, a study has found. The findings emerged from a study of 35 hospital meals served in at least 80 NHS trusts in England. Alex Jackson of the Campaign for Better Hospital Food, which analysed the meals, said: “Hospital meals should be seen as the simplest form of medicine. Setting standards for hospital food would improve its quality, make it healthy to eat and put patients on the road to recovery.”
The Sun (29 Aug)

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