Like "I stopped eating them. Not only for the incredible amount of sodium, but a lot of them are high in carbs, additives & preservatives. I plan my meals out a week or 2 in advance. I switch them up when I get tired of them. Current breakfast is 2 kashi 7 grain waffles, 1 hardboiled egg with the yolk removed when I open it, a serving of fruit (usually cantaloupe or whatever is fresh from the farmers market. I I don't see anything I want there then I will buy a bag of frozen berries from the supermarket.) and 2% cottage cheese OR One of the new 2% already mixed cottage doubles in a pinch. For lunch I usually carry leftovers. If you are single, find a recipe and if it says 4 servings, split it up into 4, eat 1 for dinner and use the leftovers for 3 lunches. I am married, no kids so I will seperate half when I'm finished making a recipe for dinner and have 2 lunches! If you have a family to feed just make exrta using the same guidelines. If I don't feel like doing that I will cook a turkey burger or chicken breast and grab a Nature's own sandwhich roll or 9 grain bread and make something to go with it. (Lately I've been hooked on whole wheat couscous salad) SOOO easy to make and done in 10 minutes!! It really is healthier to look toward less processed items. I admit that sometimes you CAN'T avoid them, but I make every effort to try. "