Stuffing Yourself Healthy

Before you get too stuffed--and guilt ridden--consider what you are about to eat on Thanksgiving. The traditional offerings contain an unforgivable amount of calories as well as dietary no-nos like fat, sugar and salt, but they also include foods that are good for you. Follow the guide below, and, after your meal, you'll give yourself thanks. By Janice M. Horowitz

The bird If you are choosing between breast and drumstick, go for the white meat. It has fewer calories and less fat than the dark, although both are superb sources of easily absorbed protein, B vitamins and essential minerals like zinc.Stay...

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