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Losing weight after the Holidays

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Dec 23rd, 2013

Losing weight after the Holidays

Turkey

Turkey: Main Image

Best to Buy

Fresh turkey should be odor-free and have clean skin with no pinfeathers. Frozen turkey should have a plump breast and be wrapped in an airtight package.

Make sure to buy turkey on or before the “sell by” date on the package. This date indicates the last day the turkey should be offered for sale.

Prep & Store

Refrigerate fresh turkey in its original wrapping, over-wrapped with aluminum foil, for up to two days. Freeze fresh turkey if you do not plan to cook it within two days of purchase.

Nutrition Notes

Turkey is an excellent source of selenium, niacin, and vitamin B6 and a good source of iron.

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2 Responses to Losing weight after the Holidays

  1. Sean 08/01/2014 at 7:35 pm

    Organic meats are also part of a healthy diet. The only organic meat of any kind Acme carries, (at very few stores) is the Empire Organic Chicken/turkey. “All natural” can be anything these days. Even Target has a selection of Organic meats, so why can’t Acme?
    Or at least bring back the Wild Harvest chicken, and drop that Perdue Harvestland stuff. Thanks!

  2. review venus factor 03/03/2014 at 11:13 am

    However, due to reasons that may involve health restrictions, lifestyle habits
    or diet purposes, some people would find that the diet alone cannot
    provide all their daily vitamin needs. The trouble starts when people begin to compromise good
    health in favor of rich tastes. Remember, natural doesn’t
    mean anything if it isn’t healthy.

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