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Marketing Restrictions

RESOLVE TO SAVE LIVES

A six-step guide developed by Resolve to Save Lives that governments can follow to help reduce sodium consumption at the national level.

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Resolve to Save Lives

This framework summarizes the recommended components of a comprehensive dietary sodium reduction program, and provides links to existing implementation tools, examples of successful programs and other resources.

World Health Organization

A support package to help countries in the European region to initiate or accelerate efforts towards population sodium reduction

World Health Organization

A set of recommendations for national and international action to limit marketing of ultra-processed foods to children

World Cancer Research Fund International

A collection of policies that different countries have in place to reduce children’s exposure to food marketing

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Johns Hopkins School of Public Health

A nine-module online course to help policy makers and health advocates design, plan, and implement global sodium reduction interventions at low- and middle-income countries

World Health Organization

Outcomes of a narrative review conducted to update an earlier descriptive review published by WHO in 2009 on the extent, nature and effects of food marketing

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Resolve to Save Lives

Strategies governments can use to reduce salt consumption—including rationale, steps for implementation, resources needed and examples from around the world.

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World Health Organization

A technical package from WHO designed to assist countries with the development, implementation, and monitoring of salt reduction strategies to reduce population salt intake

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Resolve to Save Lives

A collection of literature relevant to the science of salt reduction and on sodium reduction interventions