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Turkey is the Thanksgiving food of choice, but you may want to incorporate it in your diet regularly.

🦃Turkey is low in fat (without the skin or deep-frying!) and calories, and high in protein. White meat contains fewer calories and less fat than the dark meat.

🦃 Turkey is an excellent source of Selenium - an anti-oxidant also beneficial for your immune system. Niacin - which may protect against some cancers. Vitamin B6 - used energy production and blood sugar regulation. Vitamin B12 – used for the formation of red blood cells.

🦃This Thanksgiving you may want to limit some of the sides and add an extra helping of turkey to your plate!

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