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What Do Frozen Dinners Do to Your Body?

After an overly busy week day, the last thing you want to do is cook for yourself a homemade meal. You have options available to you...


Your best option is to join the COMFORT KETO gourmet meals program...

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One other easy option is to order takeout, yet there are issues with such restaurant prepared meals. You won't know how clean the restaurant kitchen is, what kind of ingredients are used, how they are cooked, what kind of oils are used, and so on...



The other least favorable option available to you to satisfy your hunger is frozen dinnersmicrowave eating in just minutes—what could be better than that? Well, we'll tell you...



Although they seem to be convenient, eating frozen dinners regularly may not do your body as many favors as they do your busy schedule.

Most industrially are produced frozen meals are ...

  • made of refined carbs.

  • loaded with food coloring, chemical food preservatives, and added sugars.

  • lack in key nutrients including fiber, vitamins, and minerals.

  • high in sodium—salt is used as preservative—may make you feel bloated and puffy, and drink and retain excessive amounts of water.

  • often sold in containers containing BPA—linked to an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes—when food is microwaved in such containers.

  • portion-controlled. That's why many weight-loss programs utilize them in their diet plans, despite the fact that they lack key nutrients. Go figure...


The Worst Frozen Dinners on Store Shelves:

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