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: Bertolli Tuscan Style Beef & Vegetables SoupMost packaged soups are amazingly high in sodium, but Bertolli's takes it to a new level with 1,110 mg of the salty stuff, almost half of the recommended daily intake. What's more, this frozen meal is loaded with 20 g of fat and 7 g of saturated fat.
A standout alternative for less salty broth is Kettle Cuisine's Angus Beef Steak Chili with Beans. It has only 540 mg of sodium, plus twice the fiber and five more grams of protein than Bertolli's. (For even less sodium, try a veggie soup.)