Can you be a little more specific about what you mean, and give a little information about yourself?
Basically, Lean Cuisine is just a brand of food. By itself, it won't cause or prevent weight loss. It can be PART of a weight loss program. You'll get different opinions about whether it's "good for you" or not, because "good for you" depends on who "you" are. As other posters have already said, it's a whole lot better than a Big Mac. If you're just starting out on trying to get away from fast food and junk food, then it's a good choice, especially if you buy a bag of frozen veggies for every four Lean Cuisines and add the veggies to the tray before you heat it up. I think Lean Cuisine and similar meals are good teaching/learning tools-- you learn what a portion looks like and get some ideas of what foods can be made low in calories. Then later on you can figure out ways to make your own, even healthier recipes.
If, on the other hand, you've been eating pretty well but you find it inconvenient to make lunches, you might want to look into batch cooking and other options for making your own healthy food more convenient.
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