Resources and publications

We have a selection of posters, leaflets and factsheets available for you to download or to order. We are able to provide 50 of each leaflet and 2 posters free of charge. To enquire about larger orders please email us at cash@qmul.ac.uk 

Click the links on the left to view our full range of resources which can be downloaded free of charge. The below resources are available to order.

Price list for 2016

 First 50 leaflets/ first 2 postersAdditional Posters & leaflets
Salt and your health 6 page leafletFree50p each
Salt and stroke fact sheetFree25p each
Low salt shopping guideFree25p each
SAW Poster Free75p each

 

 

  

 All of our resources are printed in colour on chlorine free & FSC certified paper

We would be very grateful if you could provide some information about how you intend to use the resources here

Hosting a salt awareness event? Check out some of our great event ideas.

  • Try running some cookery demonstrations with taste testing sessions and provide some low salt recipes to convince people that low salt doesn’t mean low flavour.
  • Organise a quiz on the effects that salt has on health and the simple ways to reduce salt intake.
  • Run practical activities involving
             - guessing how much salt is in a meal*
             - arranging a selection of meals from highest to lowest salt content*
             - spooning out how much salt you think is 6g or how much is in a meal*

* Use products such as ready meals, pizza, cheese and pickle sandwich, ham roll, marmite on toast or a bowl of cornflakes with milk.

  • Have visual displays including
              - A high salt product vs. equivalent number of crisps/burgers etc…
              - Packaging of cereals/sauces/ready meals with high salt
  • If you work in catering you could think about removing salt cellars from eating areas and/or replacing them with Lo-Salt or mixed dried herbs. The chefs could also do low or not salt cooking. See if anyone notices the change!

If you do hold an event please let us know about it and send in some photos to cash@qmul.ac.uk