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Study breaks down how eating a sandwich affects daily diet

SmartBrief for Nutritionists | Jul 27, 2016

Survey data on 27,000 US adults found 53% ate a sandwich on any given day, and that overall the sandwiches made up about 25% of daily calories and one-third of daily fat and sodium, researchers reported in the journal Public Health. The study found that on days when people ate a sandwich, they took in more calories, fat, sodium and sugar, while eating slightly fewer fruits and vegetables, compared with days when sandwiches were not consumed. CBS News (07/25)


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