A number of retailers and supermarkets sell their own-brand calorie-counted ready meals.
Some of these ready-meals are better than others. Some are nutritionally high quality. Others are simply smaller versions of standard meals. You should check the labels carefully to see which is which.
Weight Concern recommends adding vegetables if you choose to eat ready-meals.
One of the advantages of these ready-meals is that they are quick and easy to prepare and the guesswork is taken out of how many calories you are serving.
The second phase of the Weight Concern website will include more information on nutrition guidance on packets, and a comparison of the content of some of the well-known ready-meals.