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GOOD: Roasted Brussels sprouts

With 136 calories and 7 grams of fat per half-cup serving, these cruciferous veggies roasted in olive oil are filling (with 3.3 grams of fiber per cup), nutritious, and seriously tasty, says Kristin Kirkpatrick, R.D., wellness manager at the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute. Eat ‘em on a regular basis for a cancer-fighting punch.

The Healthiest (and Least Healthy) Thanksgiving Foods


By Cassie Shortsleeve. Photos: Getty Images.

We’re not about to get between you and Aunt Bee’s green-bean casserole or tell you what to eat on a national holiday devoted to gathering family (and not necessarily calorie-counting). But, if you're interested in opting for healthy choices this Thanksgiving, check out top nutritionists’ picks for 13 healthiest (and least healthy) foods to eat at the holiday buffet.

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