From NHS Choices.
Takeaways are often cheap, convenient and satisfying but, unfortunately, they’re not always very healthy.
Some takeaway meals can push you over your recommended daily maximum amount of salt and fat, which can lead to a variety of health problems, such as heart disease and diabetes.
Some takeaways and restaurants now list calories on their menus, which lets you make a healthier choice.
Below are some tips on foods to avoid and healthier options when ordering your favourite takeaway.
Fish and chips
There are lots of ways to make your trip to the chippy a healthier one. Have a portion of baked beans or mushy peas with your fish and chips. Watch out for other foods that are high in fat, such as pies and sausages.
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