Yes, It’s Possible to Eat Healthy on Thanksgiving

Katie Couric gets tips from healthy eating expert Dr. Mark Hyman

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Katie Couric: Can you start by telling us some of the health risks of overeating during the holidays?

Let’s get right to it: Which traditional Thanksgiving dishes are potentially healthy, and which are arguably not so healthy?

Break it down for us: How should we approach Thanksgiving dinner? What about those of us who don’t have any say over what’s being served and are at the mercy of a host’s menu?

Okay, but how should we game-plan our Thanksgiving meals?

We’ve all seen a lot about how to get our diet back on track after a day of overindulgence. What’s the best approach?

Founder, Katie Couric Media. Newscaster: Wake-Up Call. Podcaster: Next Question. Doc filmmaker. @SU2C founder.

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