The most nutrient-dense foods to feed your infant are often fresh and unprocessed, while frozen foods can be just as nutrient-dense. Fresh and frozen meals have advantages and disadvantages, so weighing them will help you choose whether to include them in your child’s diet.
According to newly released data, people who ate frozen meals had better nutritional profiles than people who ate meals from fast-service restaurants. On average, people who eat frozen meals daily consume 253 fewer calories than fast food.
Food that has undergone various cooking, canning, freezing, packaging, fortification, preservation, or preparation processes is called “processed food.” Food is processed whenever it is cooked, baked, or otherwise prepared.