The state of our health is never far from the headlines these days, and with unhealthy food so easily available in our day to day lives, it is not hard to see why. The latest figures show that, in England, a worrying 65% of men and 58% of women are overweight or obese, to a degree which is putting their health at risk*.
It is widely understood and accepted that being overweight raises an individual's risk of experiencing many life threatening conditions and health problems including; some cancers, back pain, osteoarthritis, heart disease and type two diabetes**
A healthy diet is a critical part of a healthy, balance lifestyle, but making the switch can be daunting for some people. So our customers are always reassured to hear that the Bury Black Pudding Company make one of the healthiest black puddings available on the market. Low in fat, naturally high in essential nutrients such as iron and zinc, our black pudding is one tasty treat that you can include in you healthy balanced diet.
It surprises most people to hear that our Bury Black Pudding slices have less than 3% fat, with less than 1% from saturates.
Pound for pound, few foods contain as much iron as black pudding, iron is an essential nutrient for healthy blood and body function and is great for people of all ages, especially pregnant women, children and the elderly.
Here at the Bury Black Pudding Company we do not use any artificial ingredients or preservatives. Our products' great shelf life is achieved by our packing methods, using air tight packs and protective atmospheres.
Our Gluten Free Bury Black Pudding is a special variety, which has been clinically approved to be gluten free and safe for consumption by people suffering from Coeliacs Disease, or those who choose to follow a gluten free diet. Try for yourself and we are sure thet you will agree that our Gluten Free Bury Black Pudding tastes every bit as good as our regular Black Pudding.
Here at the Bury Black Pudding Company we are proud to offer you a great tasting, healthy Black Pudding which never compromises on quality or flavour.
*NHS The Information Centre for Health and Social Care/National Statistics. Statistics on Obesity, Physical Activity and Diet: England, 2013.