A new report says that even if we want to adopt a healthier lifestyle most people in our region are actually clueless about just how much sugar, salt and saturated fat is in our food.
Doctors call them the "hidden nasties" - and they lurk in some of our favourite dishes. Chef Ainsley Harriott is spearheading a new drive to get us all to find out just what we're putting in our bodies. Jon Hill reports.
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