By realI mean stay away from overly processed, fake food. Use real butter, make your own gravy from scratch, use fresh fruits and veggies as often as you can. Your family deserves the healthiest and the best, especially on Thanksgiving Day.
And speaking of Thanksgiving Day, it’s often said that tryptophan in turkey is what makes you sleep after a Thanksgiving meal. There’s actually less tryptophan in turkey than in beef. What’s really making you sleepy is all those carbs and gluten from the potatoes and stuffing.
But hey, it’s Thanksgiving, and I’m not telling you to NOT indulge, but I can share a recipe with you that’s grain-free and therefore, low in glutens. Besides that, it tastes great.
Second, here’s something you might not know: cooking your turkey in anything with a Teflon or non-stick coating will add toxins to your food. These toxins have been known to kill small birds.
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So now you know a little bit more about eating real foods for Thanksgiving. Let me know how your recipes turn out, and Happy Thanksgiving!