Personally, I wouldn't recommend it. Most of those meals are 250-350 calories each so if you replace all 3 meals a day with Lean Cuisine, you'll be way under for your calories and WAY over for sodium. They're not as high in sodium as say, canned soup but they're still pretty up there. You're much better off with preparing your own meals using fresh ingredients and controlling the seasonings yourself. What I like to do sometimes is on days when I don't have a lot to do, I cook 1 or 2 big meals and then seperate everything into individual portions, put them in their own tupperwares and keep it in the freezer so on days when I don't have time or don't feel like cooking I can just grab and heat something up fast and not worry about all the sodium and other crap that goes into frozen processed meals.
That being said, I do like Lean Cuisine meals. They taste good and are very convenient and are a better choice than fast food. I always have a few in my freezer but I just have them on occasion. But I think every day, especially 3 times a day is probably overkill. I'm sure you would end up losing weight fast but from everything I've read on these message boards and from my own experience, gradual is the best and most effective way to lose weight in the long run. You won't be living on Lean Cuisine for the rest of your life, so once you go back to eating normally you might end up gaining weight back. I think a few times a week would be fine but an entire diet consisting of Lean Cuisine is probably not the healthiest way to go. Just my opinion though :-)
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