If people are going to make informed decisions about what they eat, they need to know the contents of the food they buy. Food manufacturers and supermarkets are starting to get the message, with some adopting the â€˜traffic lightâ€™ system of labelling on the front of food packs. How do we interpret food labels and help our patients to make sense of what they mean so they can eat more healthily?
|Translated title of the contribution||Making sense of food labels|
|Pages (from-to)||89 - 92|
|Journal||British Journal of Primary Care Nursing|
|Publication status||Published - May 2007|