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Eating Healthy on Thanksgiving

It's true! The holidays have begun in earnest and a gluttony of food is waiting for us! So what can we do to not only enjoy Thanksgiving Day's meal, but also keep it on the heart-healthier side?

We've got some great tips and so do our friends at Florida Hospital. How does a Southern Turkey sound? (Psst! Not only delicious but healthy!) And according to registered dietitian Dr. Susan Mitchell, cranberries, pumpkin, and sweet potatoes are just some of the "superfoods" that can adorn your holiday table this year. Read her complete list in Growing Bolder's latest magazine issue.
 
 
 
CHEERS TO YOUR HEALTH
 
 
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PROPOSING A TOAST TO YOU
WHY A GLASS OF WINE MIGHT BE GOOD FOR YOU

We're sure you have heard a glass of wine can be good for your health, but do you understand why you might want to incorporate this regularly into your diet? Registered dietitian Dr. Susan Mitchell, Growing Bolder featured contributor, takes us through the reasons why you want to lift a glass (or two) this Thanksgiving.

And, for those of us who don't drink, she has the scoop on a non-alcoholic drink that features some of the same heart-healthy properties. Click here to listen. 



A VEGAN HOLIDAY
TASTY RECIPES FOR VEGETARIANS

For those following a strict vegetarian diet, a holiday known traditionally for eating turkey can be challenging. Fortunately for vegans, mainstream media is paying attention to their troubles and have started promoting some great recipes. Even Buzz Feed, one of the most popular sites on the Internet, has gotten in one the vegetarian action with 41 holiday recipes. Check out these tempting vegan holiday meals!

 
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LEFTOVERS
 
 
REINVENTING TURKEY
KEEP THE GOODNESS GOING


Thanksgiving leftovers can be a good source of food for days, and we've got some yummy new ideas that will keep your tastebuds happy long after Turkey Day is done. How does a hearty harvest stew sound, or how about a turkey-berry wrap? Click here for some recipes that will appeal to turkey lovers of all ages!  

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And did you know turkey is a leading source of protein and has 11 vitamins and minerals, including the cancer-fighting selenium? Muscle-building food!



 
 
 
 
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