10 Best and Worst Frozen Foods You Can Eat
When you're stocking up on frozen food for those no-time-to-cook nights, here's what to avoid -- and the healthier alternatives that won't wreck your diet
The Worst: Hungry-Man Bourbon Steak StripsNot even the hungriest man (or woman) should touch this meal: With 9 g of saturated fat and an obscene amount of sodium (1,720 mg, which is 72 percent of the recommended daily intake!), it's a fat and salt bomb that'll do a number on your insides.
"Stick to frozen food options that have 600 mg of sodium or less per serving," says Cipullo. "Otherwise you're bound to go over the recommended daily value that's between 1,500 and 2,300 mg." The healthier option: Blake's Organic Macaroni and Beef, which has 404 mg of sodium and an all-organic ingredient list.
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