Why Healthy Frozen Meals Are Unhealthy
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Why Healthy Frozen Meals Are Unhealthy

by Harold M Stokes

With the recent financial hardship thanks to our economy’s downfall, most of us are pinching pennies anyway we can. Unfortunately, that usually means we try to save money by trimming our grocery bill. But in doing so we’re also creating a catastrophe for our bodies.


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When you eat cheap, one of the firsts thoughts that probably comes to mind is microwaveable frozen meals. And at one time the choices we had were very few. Today however, literally everyone has jumped on the bandwagon to create a fast and easy way for consumers to eat. Plus they’re easy on the budget. But, unfortunately they are also loaded with fat and tons of sodium.

Soon however, things changed and some of us wanted healthier options. And since a manufacturer’s main goal is to make money, they began make so-called healthier versions of your favorite dinners. And of course, we fell for it.

Yet, even the dinners they call healthier versions are not what they appear to be. While their claim may be somewhat true that they’re lower in fat, they’re still loaded with sodium and can contain as much as 1500 milligrams. Not to mention that there’s not enough food to satisfy your hunger.

An average adult needs at least 2-3 one-cup servings of vegetables a day. Many of the so-called healthy microwaveable dinners have a little as a tablespoon of vegetables. Fruits are another important food group that should be included in our diet. Unfortunately fruit isn’t included in most frozen meals. And of course many of these foods are processed. Processed foods are just downright bad for you in general.

So in reality, you’re better off preparing your own dinners and freezing them for future use rather than purchasing a convenience meal that will only end up leaving you famished. You’ll not only be satisfied, you’ll get at least some of the vitamins and minerals your body needs in order to survive and thrive.

Why rush through life when you can slow down and enjoy the pleasures that surround you?