"According to the American Frozen Food Institute, frozen vegetables have comparable nutrient content to fresh vegetables."
So in fact it's only the frozen food lobby group that is able to provide any (scientific?) backing to this inane nonsense. Every species of living creature on the planet prefers its food fresh. Unless you reside on an Antarctic research base or in some similar outpost where you don't have access to fresh vegetables, I can see no benefit in this 'diet' at all. Apart from wasting a lot of money to pay for the energy that goes into the chilling, storage and transport of frozen.
Eat fresh and local and be happy. In fact, better still, grow your own. The reality is that neither fresh nor frozen vegetable suppliers have any particular interest in the nutritional level of what they supply; if it looks okay they can sell it. Calling frozen vegetables a 'diet' is simply a marketing move to cash in the predilection of gullible people who think the next fad is going to save them, people of low self-esteem who don't think they are capable of losing weight without a miracle food to prop them up.
The reality is we know what works, and have known for a long time. Plant based diet, not too much food, plenty of exercise...and no miracles needed.
| current weight: 146.0