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Haggis listed as restricted food in Scotland

by Medindia Content Team on  January 25, 2006 at 12:50 PM Diet & Nutrition News   - G J E 4
Haggis listed as restricted food in Scotland
Scottish Health officials have warned that their National dish 'Haggis' had an increased fat diet which the officials feels can increase the obesity in their people. Scottish people are now facing a high risk of getting obese and the health officials has said that children's should not have Haggis not more than once in a week.
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Haggis is a Traditional food which is prepared from lung, liver and heart of sheep which is mixed with oatmeal and these blend is stuffed with spices inside the sheep's stomach and cooked by boiling and haggis is eaten along with Scotch Whisky to celebrate Robbie Burns the legendary Scots poet.

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The Scottish officials as not banned eating Haggis which is known to contain high fat, the officials have already banned smoking in public places. They wanted their people to have haggis with great care to restrict not more than once a week of Haggis, they have listed haggis food in restricted food list.

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