Many people are traumatized by the thought of thanksgiving. They are afraid to eat all of the unhealthy food that is typically served at this holiday. According to nutritionists, turkey can actually be a healthy meal for you without ruining your diet.
The meat in turkey is high in protein, iron, and zinc. While eating it with vegetables can provide you with magnesium, calcium, vitamin C, and vitamin E. Turkey also has less cholesterol than beef or pork which makes it an even healthier option for dieters.
Turkey is healthy, but don't forget to check your thanksgiving menu for other unhealthy foods such as pizza and ice cream!