If you read our recent “Bettytorial,” you’ll know that healthy eating is a big issue for us — and so is the importance of making sure we have all the facts and information we need to make healthy choices for ourselves and our families. The ideal of course is to whip up a three-course, made-from-scratch dinner seven times a week, but the reality is that’s there’s just not enough time (or often, money!) for that. Whether you’re a single girl in the city or a mom in the ‘burbs, life sometimes (often!) gets in the way of a planned out, sit-down meal, so it’s important to be able to eat healthy on the go. There’s been a lot of talk lately about the health and nutrition benefits of frozen food, and we wanted to dig up the facts. We sent veteran news professional Laurie Dhue out to investigate the growing controversy over “fresh” vs. “frozen.” Dhue’s the only person to have served on the anchor chair at each of the big three (CNN, Fox, MSNBC) cable nets. Here’s what she found out:
Did any of this surprise you? We’d love to hear!