We had Lean Cuisine's "Spring Rolls, Chicken Fajita" last evening for supper. They were delicious, low cal, low fat, and I served them with a no fat salsa. Really great and I think they're a new product. I heard about them from "Hungry Girl."
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Most Lean Cuisine meals are high in salt and few are under 30 carbs and some are loaded with sugar. Sugar and salt can lead to heart disease or diabetes. Please only eat 2 Lean Cusine per week to remain healthy for dieters an diabetics alike.
When you're in need of some portion control, use the trays you get from the frozen meals (lean cuisine, WW, etc) and use those as a guide as to how much food you should be eating. I fill my tray then transfer it to a plate. I do this when eating with the family. Otherwise, even with a smaller plate, I tend to eat a little more than I should.
Meal planning is always a problem for me, and trying to plan healthy meals makes me even more food obsessed-what ot buy what to make etc. So for now I am relying on Lean Cuisine dinners. I'm freed up, don't have to plan as much and am no longer obsessed with meals, what to eat etc.
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