If you have already decided to make frozen foods part of your diet, there is no need to be sorry about it. Frozen foods are there for your convenience. And most of them are healthy too, contrary to popular belief. You just need to pick them well.
The suitability of frozen foods depends on the quality of the supplier you get. You need to have a supplier who freezes fresh foods. They should also freeze their foods without added sugars and preservatives.
Ready food rarely adds or reduces its nutritional content while frozen. So you need to pick foods that are nutritious in their original state. Avoid excessively fatty foods; go for lean meats instead.
You can pick nutritional content depending on what you know about particular foods (think fruits and veggies). Alternatively, you can check the labels attached to the package. For calorie content, always check whether the food is packed as a single serving or for several meals.
You can make the ready food even better by adding your own dressing. This only calls on your creativity. If you don’t feel very creative, you can always flip a few YouTube channels for ideas.
The preparation of your food also determines how well it will turn out. Often, ready meals just require warming once you thaw them and you are good to go. For the best results, you should do your thawing in the fridge. But remember to cover the food to avoid spillage.