Thanksgiving is quickly becoming my favorite holiday. And why not? It's a great time to hang out with family, watch football and, of course, eat an amazing meal.
Most people think of Thanksgiving dinner as being a bit of a calorie bomb. And, really, it is: in a recent issue of EatingWell we estimated that the Turkey Day meal clocks at least 2,800 calories.
Sure, it's only once a year and no big deal when balanced against healthy eating habits the rest of the time. But that argument obscures an important fact: even while it's high in calories, the Thanksgiving menu is full of healthy foods. Check out some of the healthiest foods on your Thanksgiving menu.
1. Turkey--Turkey is one of the most straightforward dishes on the Thanksgiving table. Sure, there are ways to up the sinful factor (some recipes call for slathering the birdRead More »from The 7 Healthiest Foods on Your Thanksgiving Menu