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: El Monterey Beef & Bean Green Chili BurritoMost frozen burritos we checked out hovered around 10 g of fat and 700 mg of sodium (around 30 percent of the daily recommended intake).
El Monterey wins the unhealthiest award due mostly to the very long ingredient list. But even the brands with less junk in them, like Amy's and EVOL, don't get Cipullo's stamp of approval.
If you must indulge, EVOL's Mini Chicken Bean & Rice Burrito is what you should reach for. It's got all the goodness of EVOL's all-natural ingredients, but in a more manageable size, with a third of the calories and less than half the fat and sodium than its larger-portioned counterparts have.
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