I got that from a magazine (women's health) but I thought was worth it sharing cause not always we can make everything from scratch right?
So what are the best packaged food that we can buy?
here are some ideas for dinner:
Leggo’s Sugo di Pomodoro Premium Cooking Sauce – Italian Herbs with Basil
Vetta High Fibre
Added oat fibre doubles the fibre content.
San Remo Gluten Free Penne
This holds together well – unlike others...
Sun Rice Roasted Vegetable Brown Rice
Low in saturated fat and has some fibre.
Sun Rice Brown Whole Grain Rice
The whole grain makes it highest fibre.
Chang’s Whole Wheat Noodles
Add thick or thin noodles to your stir-fry.
Ainsley Harriott Plain Couscous
Low in fat, sodium and kilojoules. Sold.
Kan Tong Sweet & Sour Lite
No MSG, 99 per cent fat free, lowest sodium.
Birds Eye Steamed Fish Fillets, Lemon and Parsley
These fillets have no artificial colours, preservatives or flavours. Plus they’re ready in a flash.
Ingham Lite Breast Appetizers
Lowest fat and kilojoule crumbed chicken product available.
Healthy Choice Stir-Fry Chicken with Hokkien Noodles
With one serving of vegies, this quick meal keeps that saturated fat low.
McCain Pizza Perfection Thin Crust Tandoori Chicken
Oven-frozen pizza that’s the lowest in kJs, saturated fat and sodium.
Healthy Choice Country Style Wedges
These suckers are low in fat.
I&J Lean Beefers Lean Beef Patties
Lower kilojoule option with 60 per cent less fat than the regular patties.
Sanitarium Vegie Delights, Not Burgers
Great for vegos. High in protein and low sodium. High in zinc too.
McCain Stirfry Supreme Vegetables
A healthy variety of vegies.
Heinz Steamfresh Carrot, Corn & Broccoli
Single serve packs for vegies in a flash.
Edgell Mixed Vegetables
Lower in sodium than other tinned types.