Does anyone know whether it is ok to eat the Lite n Easy dinners while pregnant? I know alot of the lunches etc cannot be eaten as some contain ham and things like that but i would think the dinners would be okay? TIA
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08-07-2014 16:33 #1
Lite n Easy while pregnant
08-07-2014 16:41 #2
Speak to your dr but I would just ensure you're getting required calories. What's salt content like? Also pre packaged salads can be iffy
08-07-2014 16:55 #3
The lunches would definitely be out - too many listeria risks. The dinners, mini meals and meal bowls would be fine though. They average around 400 calories for dinner so you will want to make sure you are eating enough through the day as you want to be getting about 2000 calories a day. If you go onto their website you can get nutritional info for all dinners. I find them a little light on the protein.
08-07-2014 17:11 #4
The dinners should be fine so long as they are heated properly, it's no less safe than re heating a pre prepared ready meal from the supermarket.
09-07-2014 14:25 #5
Was mainly just going to have lite n easy dinners for lunch and dinner on days i cant be bothered cooking etc
09-07-2014 14:28 #6
They have heaps of veggies so definitely a better choice on lazy days than take-away or cheese in toast!
09-07-2014 14:32 #7
There fine to eat just heat up nice and hot
I used to have them for lazy days when I couldn't be bothered or have them for lunches since I couldn't eat my favourite like sushi and cold meat & salad sandwiches
28-07-2014 19:43 #8Junior Member
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During pregnancy you need to have lot of calories, it does not mean you can have cake for dinner. There so many foods which have calories.
29-07-2014 13:40 #9
29-07-2014 17:49 #10Junior Member
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