We have to remember just because something is low fat, low calorie or low sugar it may actually have extra calories in it
– Nutritionist Ian Marber
Grab a healthy salad for lunch and you might think you're having a healthy bite to eat, but new research reveals what's REALLY in your salad. According to Consensus Action on Salt & Health, more than 77 per cent of salads they tested (650 ready to eat salads) contained more salt than a packet of crisps.
Do you know what's in your lunch choice? Nick Dixon investigates, and nutritionist Ian Marber gives his expert advice.