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Turkey is a meat popularly served around the holidays, but it is also great for every day meals. It is rich in vitamins and nutrients like B-6, B-12, niacin, choline, selenium, protein and zinc.
Although many think that its content of tryptophan can make you sleepy, the amount present in the meat is so minimal that including it in your meal should not make you any more drowsy than you would be if you eat any other meat. Rather, the tryptophan boosts serotonin in the body which promotes alertness and elevates mood.
Turkey is also lower in calories and fat as compared to other meats.
Another great thing about turkey is that is versatile enough to be featured in a variety of dishes. It can be used in pasta meals, served with vegetables or baked into dishes. It can also be disguised as a healthier form of bacon or sausage.
If you would like to incorporate turkey into more of the meals you serve, Moms Who Think provides a variety of recipes you can choose from. Those with a spicy palette will love our Healthy Turkey Chili Recipe. Veggie lovers will enjoy our Healthy Turkey Stir Fry. And if you’ve got a hankering for Italian, try out Spaghetti with Turkey Meatballs in Spicy Tomato Sauce.
Turkey is not just for holidays. Use it in your meals to make tasty, healthy dishes your family will love. What healthy turkey recipes will you be preparing tonight?