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...when it comes to meals, that is. I eat a lot of frozen meals for breakfast and lunch during the week (like Weight Watchers and Lean Cuisine meals). It takes the guess work out of what I'll eat, their fairly healthy and they're always handy, so "no time to cook" is not an excuse. (If you're watching your sodium, try some Healthy Choice meals.) I eat fresh fruits for healthy snacks and I cook my dinners and weekend meals (and try to get in the veggies!).

- Submitted by MSPOOH404 9/24/2010 in Healthy Eating | 3 Comments
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HAWKEYERANT 9/24/2010 3:48:00 PM

    The sodium factor is definitely an issue for me too -- that's why I don't usually do the frozen food thing, but you are absolutely right that this is a good way to stay on track. I think especially in the beginning of losing weight, you need to especially concentrate on the calories, and eating prepacked snacks and frozen foods is the way to go.
KLPEFFERS 9/24/2010 11:05:00 AM

    My husband and I do the same thing. Only dinner is our usual meal with a frozen entre. Lunch is easier for us to make and we generally have a larger lunch than dinner anyways, so a Lean Cuisine of 250 calories is a great easy way to end the day.
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DORYH20 9/24/2010 8:36:00 AM

    I agree! You gotta do what ya gotta do! I use then too on occasion. The sodium is a factor for me. But there are several choices with lower sodium. emoticon

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