Don't worry about dieting on Thanksgiving

A traditional Thanksgiving meal with turkey, sweet potatoes, fruits and vegetables is good for the body and soul, health experts said. "Just do what you and your family would traditionally do," said health counselor Robert Garner, who said calorie-laden family recipes can be modified or simply enjoyed because "Thanksgiving has a tremendous amount of attachment."

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