Originally Posted by Clint
I do something rather similar for my lunches at work. I buy a ton of chicken when I can find it on sale and cook it all. Then I throw it in tupperware containers with a bunch of frozen veggies and a sauce (hot sauce, teriyaki, alfredo, etc). I just aim for the sauce to be low sugar, fat isn't a concern since this is typically a Protein & Fat meal since I won't be working out for a while.
Then I stick these in the freezer and I can just grab one on the way to work or when I get home, etc. I have no excuse not to eat a healthy meal.
I wouldn't call those sauces healthy by any standard. Especially the alfredo being very high in cals and sodium. Most of the fat that is in it comes from saturated and/or partially hydrogenated oils(very bad!!!).
Try to eat as close to nature as possible. If you do that you will see amazing results and feel even better.