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Reap the Benefits of Thanksgiving Dinner Thanksgiving is a time to be thankful for everything we have, spend time with family and friends and enjoy good food. All too often we forget the meaning and focus on over-eating and feeling unmotivated afterwards when it comes to health. Here are some benefits of foods served at the Thanksgiving dinner table, and how they can help you stay motivated on your path to a healthy lifestyle. Turkey: Choose a skinless white cut of meat for a great source of lean protein with only 102 calories for 3 small slices. Don’t be afraid to indulge on a turkey thigh or a piece with skin, just keep it in moderation! Sweet Potatoes: These vegetables