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The Most Unhealthy Frozen Meals You Should Avoid

Frozen meals were something my husband and I use to eat alot of when we were younger. Even though I usually made dinner for us, I use to stock up on frozen meals for our work lunches. At the places I worked, we never got a lunch break, it was just eat on the go, in between patients. It wasn’t practical to sit down to a healthy lunch, time wise for me. I would just throw my lunch in the microwave, zap it, and after the next patient’s dental cleaning appointment, try to scarf it down in as few bites as possible.  I didn’t realize at the time how terrible those meals were for me.

Here’s a few of the most unhealthy frozen meals in the grocery aisle. For the full list, visit The Daily Beast here.

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  • Lean Cuisine’s Sesame Chicken 1 of 5
    Lean Cuisine's Sesame Chicken
    This use to be one of my guilty pleasures for work lunch several years ago. I knew it was bad for me, but it's so good.
  • California Pizza Kitchen Pizza—Crispy Thin Crust BBQ Chicken 2 of 5
    California Pizza Kitchen Pizza—Crispy Thin Crust BBQ Chicken
    I am in love with every California Pizza Kitchen product in the frozen food isle, too bad they are not good for you.
  • Marie Callender’s Sweet & Sour Chicken With Rice and Vegetables 3 of 5
    Marie Callender's Sweet & Sour Chicken With Rice and Vegetables
    Before I started making my own recipe for sweet and sour chicken, this was my go to sweet and sour chicken. It's my favorite Marie Callender's frozen meal.
  • Marie Callender’s Pot Pies—Chicken 4 of 5
    Marie Callender's Pot Pies—Chicken
    And this is my second favorite meal from Marie Callender. It's so close to homemade, when your tired from a long hard day of work, you can't really tell the difference.
  • Hungry-Man Grilled Bourbon Steak Strips 5 of 5
    Hungry-Man Grilled Bourbon Steak Strips
    I have tried for my entire life to avoid anything that says Hungry Man on the package. Although I have slipped up a few times. It's pretty much implied anyone under 6'4" and 250lbs should not be eating this. Obviously, as delicious as this is, it's not good for you.

All photos from The Daily Beast.

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