CASH

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AcronymDefinition
CASHContraception and Sexual Health (UK)
CASHCoalition for Adequate School Housing (California)
CASHCommunity Academy of Science and Health (Boston, MA)
CASHCompagnie d'Assurances des Hydrocarbures (French; Algerian insurance company)
CASHCentre d'Accueil et de Soins Hospitaliers (French: Welcome Center and Hospital Care)
CASHColumn Address Strobe High Byte
CASHConsensus Action on Salt and Health (UK)
CASHChemotherapy-Associated Steatohepatitis (cancer)
CASHComprehensive Assessment of Symptoms and History
CASHCelestial Asia Securities Holdings Ltd. (Hong Kong)
CASHCampus Atheists, Skeptics and Humanists (club)
CASHCounting and Staying Humble
CASHCruciform Anterior Spinal Hyperextension (orthotic)
CASHCross-Aft Shroud Harness
CASHCampaign Against Student Hardship :-)
CASHCorps Area Support Hospital
CASHCharitable Association Supplying Hospitals (UK)
CASHCurrency And Securities Handlers
CASHCIGSS Acquisition Standards Handbook
CASHCatalog of Available and Standard Hardware
CASHColonial American Short Horse
CASHCorrosion, Attrition, Solution Hydraulic Action (river erosion types)
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"The authors have not addressed any of the serious criticisms from the wider scientific community of their 2016 study," said Graham MacGregor, professor of cardiovascular medicine at Queen Mary University of London, and founder of the salt-reduction campaign Cash (Consensus Action on Salt and Health).
Mhairi Brown, of Consensus Action on Salt and Health, which did the survey, said: "Children could be eating at least 2g of salt from a meal with just two sausages.
Consensus Action on Salt and Health (CASH) said 28 per cent of kids' meals they looked at contained 2g or more of salt - the maximum daily recommendation for a one to three-year-old.
Consensus Action on Salt and Health sampled 650 salads in supermarkets, restaurants, cafes and fast-food outlets and found more than three quarters ( 77 per cent) of them contained more salt than a packet of readysalted crisps.
Pressure group Consensus Action on Salt and Health claims each serving of fish and chips contains 1.2g of salt before any more is added.
Consensus Action on Salt and Health (CASH) said that food products such as cheese, baked beans, some cereals and even certain soups could have high levels of salt in them.
Lunches containing more than the child's recommended 4g of salt were found at popular family restaurants including Wetherspoons, Harvester and Nando's, Consensus Action on Salt and Health (Cash) said.
Most of it is swallowed before it's even tasted," said Katharine Jenner, campaign director of Consensus Action on Salt and Health. ( ANI )
Consensus Action on Salt and Health (CASH), a campaign group of medics, surveyed the salt content of 294 fresh and packaged loaves from supermarkets and their in-store bakeries as well as chain and independent high street bakeries, and found many were packed with hidden salt.
The nation's favourite dish accompanied by rice, naan, sag aloo, poppadom and chutney can contain a "dangerous" 20.5g of salt, Consensus Action on Salt and Health (Cash) said.
Consumers seeking 'heal thier' meat - free options need to choose carefully because some vegetarian products are even saltier than meat, says a report by Consensus Action on Salt and Health (Cash).
Consumers seeking "healthier" meat-free options need to choose carefully because some vegetarian products are even saltier than meat, said the report by Consensus Action on Salt and Health.