SUPER-C PLUS

Happy National TV Dinner Day! Prepackaged, frozen meals were given the name “TV dinners” back in the 1950s because families typically consumed them in front of the small screen. Plus, the serving containers were shaped in the form of old tube television sets. While frozen meals were traditionally high in fat, calories and sodium, new companies have introduced well-balanced, nutritious, organic and hormone-free fare, making it a pretty health-conscious move to microwave your dinner in a time crunch. Whether you’re craving Thai, Indian, Italian or comfort food—and even if you follow a vegan, gluten-free or clean diet—there is a frozen meal out there to satisfy your taste buds as well as your dietary restrictions. LivingHealthy unveils 9 deliciously good-for-you options, complete with ingredient lists and nutritional stats.