By Augusta Falletta, Beauty High
thanksgiving dinner tableWe'd be lying if we said Thanksgiving isn't one of our favorite holidays. Between the freakishly delicious food and the valuable time with family and friends, Thanksgiving is easily a top contender for best day of the year, and this year's very special Hanukah-Thanksgiving hybrid makes it all the more special. This Thanksgivukah, knowing what to eat (and how much to eat) is extremely important, so we've mapped out which foods you should eat and which ones you should limit your intake of, below. Happy Thanksgivukah!
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White Meat over Dark Meat: You'll save 50 calories by sticking with the lightest turkey meat you can find. Opt for white meat, and as long as you're not deep frying the turkey, you'll be having the best protein option.
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