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Substituting Healthy Choice Meals Leads To Weight Loss, Sense Of Well-Being – Studies

April 12, 2011: 09:33 AM EST
ConAGra Foods recently reported on the results of two 30-day clinical studies it sponsored in which participants ate 10 frozen control-portion Healthy Choice meals a week instead of their normal meals. In one study participants ate Healthy Choice meals for lunch, in the other for dinner, while also walking for exercise. According to the researchers, participants lost an average of six pounds and reduced waistlines by an inch. Though they ate fewer calories, participants “significantly improved the quality of their overall diets by increasing dietary fiber, reducing saturated fat intake by 50 percent, and by consuming 30 percent less cholesterol and sodium,” according to ConAgra. Other benefits reported: increased sense of well-being, more energy and feeling healthier.
"New Research Shows Portion-Controlled Frozen Meals Can Support Weight Loss, Improve Dietary Quality", Press Release, ConAgra, April 12, 2011, © ConAgra
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