10 Thanksgiving Foods, Ranked from Best to Worst for Your Weight

Cooked spinach: Spinach, cooked or raw, provides vitamins A and E, fiber, calcium, iron, zinc, and eye-healthy beta-carotene.

Brussels sprouts: Brussels sprouts, like spinach, are high in protein (3 grams per 3/4 cup) and fiber.

Gravy:  Homemade gravy before serving and scoop out the solidified fat. Reheat and serve. Vegan mushroom gravy is a nutritious alternative.

Corn on the cob: Enjoy sweet corn's "sweet"ness. An ear of corn has 60 calories, like an apple. It provides 2 grams of protein and 2 grams of dietary fiber per ear.

Green bean casserole:  It has less calories than other Thanksgiving meals. It contains veggies, fiber, and vitamins.

Sweetened cranberry sauce: Cranberry sauce is usually healthy. Cranberries include fiber and vitamin C and have long been investigated to prevent urinary tract infections.

White wine: A light evening drink, white wine has less calories than red wine or beer.

Red wine: Red wine and grapes, may lower fat weight growth, blood pressure, and diabetic glucose regulation

Turkey breast: It has 22 grams of protein per 4-ounce meal. Turkey has iron, zinc, potassium, and B vitamins.

Biscuits: Biscuits allow for more healthier substitutions than other foods. Greek yogurt can replace sour cream to reduce fat and enhance protein.

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