So maybe you over indulged. It’s easy to beat yourself up, and yet there is no need. Thanksgiving foods are loaded with good stuff, and it’s a fine way to show your body how grateful you are for how good it is to you all year.
Turkey – Source of the Arginine and Tryptophan. Arginine supports wound healing, immune and hormone function. Tryptophan is a precursor to Serotonin one of the feel good neurotransmitters.
Cranberry Sauce – One of the highest ranked foods on the ORAC Antioxidant Scale.
Sweet Potatoes – Sweet potatoes are an excellent source of A and C Vitamins, Beta Carotine, Potassium, and Fiber. Research is showing that sweet potatoes may also have cancer fighting properties.
Pumpkin Pie – High in Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Zinc and Potassium.
Mashed Potatoes – Great source of Vitamin C, B6, copper, potassium, manganese, and dietary fiber.
“thanks-giving.” Being thankful lowers the risk of phobias and addictions. Gratitude is a mood booster, helps weight loss, cardiovascular health, immune function, & longevity.
I am thankful to you, my dear clients and friends for your support. I am also thankful to this guy who wrote the post I got much of the material above. For more info see his blog here.