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Spice Up Those TV Dinners

“TV dinners” are convenient, but they don’t always taste the best. azfamily.coms’ Tara Hitchcock gets some advice on spicing up those frozen meals and making them more healthful.
WHO DO N’T HAVE THE TIMER THEY DO N’T THINK ABOUT PLANNING AHEAD THIS IS WHAT THEY OUT FOR CHRISSY OUARZAZATE nNUTRITIONISTS AND DIETITIANS HE JOINS THIS MORNING nBECAUSE THERE ARE SOME THINGS TO LOOK FOR THEIR SO MANY OPTIONS NOW WITH THAT FROZEN FOODS IN THE T. V. DINNERS nOF WHAT ‘S THE nFIRST THING THAT WE NEED TO LOOK nON THE LABEL RATE ON ON THE FEEL ABLE YOU YOU YOU WANNA LOOK FIRST % HESITATION SERVINGS PER CONTAINER nAS WELL AS CALORIES CALORIES SHOULD BE BETWEEN ABOUT TWO AND FOUR HUNDRED CALORIES PER SERVING nPROTEIN SHOULD BE AT LEAST FOURTEEN GRAMS PER nSERVING nSATURATED FAT TO BE NO MORE THAN THREE TO FIVE GRAMS PER SERVING nTRENT TRANS FAT SHOULD BE AS CLOSE TO ZERO GRAMS PER SERVING nAND SODIUM IS LIVE FROZEN FOODS ARE FILLED WITH THE SODIUM SHOULD BE NO MORE THAN SIX HUNDRED FIFTY nMILLIGRAMS PER SERVING WE TALK A nLOT ABOUT SODIUM LAST WEEK AND THEIR WAY nIN JAZZ UP A

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