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USA: consumption of frozen meals compared to quick service restaurant meals

In the USA, people who regularly eat frozen meals consume 253 fewer calories and 2.6 less grams of saturated fat per day than people who eat fast food. Additionally, adults who eat frozen meals have higher daily intakes of important nutrients.
A new study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics found that in the USA, people who regularly ate frozen meals consumed 253 fewer calories and 2.6 less grams of saturated fat per day than people who ate fast food. Additionally, adults who ate frozen meals had higher dail...

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