Thanksgiving foods pack a healthy punch, RD says

11/21/2011 | United Press International

Many of the foods traditionally served for Thanksgiving offer health benefits and should be consumed more often, registered dietitian Stacey Snelling says. Cranberries, sweet potatoes and broccoli are high in vitamins A and C; green beans and peas are fat-free and high in vitamin K and fiber; and white turkey meat is high in protein and B vitamins.

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