July 27, 2017
(HealthDay News) -- Frozen foods offer plenty of convenience,
but if you know how to shop, they can also provide plenty of
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics suggests how to shop for
- Opt for frozen vegetables that are plain or in a low-sodium
- Select frozen fruit without added sugar.
- Buy frozen fruit and veggies in loosely-packed plastic bags, so
you can serve the portion you need, and return the rest to the
- Check nutrition labels. Opt for foods that are low in saturated
fat, trans fat, calories and salt. Check the serving size for each
- Avoid breaded and fried fare.