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Thanksgiving Superfoods

By JulieVR |

Although Thanksgiving is known as one of the biggest eating days of the year, the most popular items on a typical holiday dinner table are generally not unhealthy – in fact, some of the most nutrient-dense whole foods commonly make it onto Thanksgiving dinner menus. It makes sense that during the harvest season – the essence of Thanksgiving celebrations – plenty of fresh produce would be included in the big feast. From roast turkey to Brussels sprouts – here are some of the very best things you can eat this Thanksgiving.

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Healthy Thanksgiving dinner recipes


Onions are high in vitamin C, a good source of fiber, fat free and low in calories - a great ingredient to load into a warming soup.
Family Kitchen has the recipe!

Find more of Julie’s recipes and ideas at her blog, Dinner with Julie. You can also join her on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest, or find more of her posts at the Family Kitchen.

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Julie Van Rosendaal is the author of five best-selling cookbooks, food editor of Parents Canada magazine, a CBC Radio columnist and a freelance writer. Her award-winning blog, Dinner with Julie documents life in her home kitchen in Canada with her husband and 7-year-old son. Read bio and latest posts → Read Julie's latest posts →

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