If you decide to have a frozen meal, make sure to check the salt and sugar contents of the package, both are usually high, but if you search there are some with 3~4 grams of sugar & under 600MG of sodium. Before cooking your frozen meal, peel back the film & add a bunch of veggies ontop to make the meal larger, more nutritious & within calorie range. You can also make a side of brown Rice and pour the meal with the veggies ontop. Add a little Cumin, Rosemary, Curry, or whatever spice...so good!
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I dont have much money so cant buy any dun bells for my work outs, and I dont want to build my arms up to much either. Therefore I use 2 tins out of my cupboard, such as baked bean tins, spagetti tins , veg tins ect and use them in the same way. Gives enough resistant , and enables me to work out my upper body cost free! 104
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