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Apr 4th, 2016, 06:23 AM  
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Ready Meals

Okay so I know that everyone says ready meals are bad for you but I wondered why?

I, like most I imagine, go for the quick and easy option when I get home from work late, so I always have a few stored away.

So are they bad for because they are full of salts and preservatives, because there is low nutritional content and do they stop a general diet working?

I like the curry dishes best and I hear that a lot of the Indian spices are good for (Waitrose ready meal sale ) so are these okay?
Apr 4th, 2016, 10:00 AM  
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I think they're OK in moderation. A quick look at the ingredients will tell you have many additives are included. I think many are well made. Obviously the lower fat ones would be better for weight loss so the tomato based curries are more diet friendly. Alternatively, you could make a whole pan of curry and freeze it in portions. Then you know exactly what you're eating.
Apr 7th, 2016, 14:50 PM  
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The main issue with them in terms of fat loss is the high calorie content.

Having said that, as long as you're at even a marginal calorie deficit, having the odd ready meal should be fine.
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