That's why you get Healthy Choice meals, Rassah, it's way less than 800 (I know this because one of my housemates is on high blood pressure meds, and I have to buy the groceries. He looooooves him some fast food, which I've been fighting like mad to get him off of. Of course, since we like to eat out together as a family unit... my soy issue that I finally nailed down recently has cut the fast food visits down appreciably... of course by this point I can't get him down where he could go off meds because he does shift work for 13 hrs a day in rotating day/night sequences and the caffeine he needs means his bp is still going to be high).
Aside from that- I've worked to keep my sodium under 1k as much as possible and drink a shit ton of water.
ps Garth- that's why it's best to work out for an hour every day. I know- I do it. Sure they say "oh yeah you only need to exercise 30 mins every other day to be healthy" but if you want to seriously work off calories, it's not just cutting sugar out, it's learning what to do in order to burn the most calories that you need to while also making sure you don't exceed your limit. When I first started my weight loss plan 3 years ago, I was walking 1hr a day AND swimming 1hr a day 5 days a week. Now I just walk an hour a day, and do weights every other. I still lost 67lbs. Which I am proud of lol. Sorry, I know that has no bearing here. XD
Basically being healthy is the same here as anywhere else, you have to put your mind to it! It's not magic, you can't wave a wand and say "look I'm healthy!" it takes effort, and willingness to change, and commitment as well as consistency. I'm lazy as hell and I'm successfully doing it. Sure I still eat the occasional piece of cake, or grab a bottle of soda, but that's how my personal effort goes- I don't deny myself, I just have some, and just occasionally. Man it's nice when it's a treat, I tell you what.