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The freezer is your friendJust because the freezer is home to things like, oh, Ben & Jerry's New York Super Fudge Chunk, doesn't mean that it doesn't have healthy stuff in store for you. According to Jennifer Fugo, CHC, a certified health coach and yoga teacher in Norristown, Pa., frozen foods may sometimes actually be healthier than fresh or canned ones.
"Fruits and veggies are flash frozen at the height of growing season and are therefore much more nutritious than the canned ones, which have additives and sugar," says Fugo. You can add the veggies to your go-to dishes (like pasta), or heat them up and eat them as-is; frozen fruits can go into yogurts or smoothies for added taste and nutrients.
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