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    if i eat oatmeal, mixed nuts, chicken salmon rice pasta mixed frozen veg cheese brocoli, peas apples banana and oranges everyday would the lack of variety cause me to become defficent in some nutrient or anything.

    also is eating frozen food bad for you?

    also is meal prepping and frezzing the food all the time bad for you?

    i am just going to put the frozen chicken and salmon in the oven and throw the brocoli, frozen mixed veg and peas in with the rice to boil, are you meant to make it like this?

    is it weird if i just ate this food all the time?
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    Seems reasonably healthy to me. Frozen veggies are apparently slightly less healthy than fresh, but significantly better than ordering takeaway. I'd recommend a bit more variation as you'll get sick of eating the same stuff, and you do want to try and get a broad range of things in your diet.

    You can cook the stuff as you suggest, although if it was me, I'd look at defrosting the chicken and veggies ahead of time (just leave them on the counter in a bowl for like 6 hours, but keep the meat separate to the veggies), chop the chicken into strips and stir fry it all. You can get a sachet of sauce and dried noodles for not much money (50p ish for the sauce - they should do two portions each). Here's an example of sauce: http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/tesco...VkmI3_SYmU7vWQ I usually go for chow mein or sweet and sour but it's up to you.
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