Research shows that 293.3 million Americans will be eating turkey this year, and approximately 1.28 billion dollars will be spent buying a turkey for Thanksgiving of 2023.

Not only is this popular main dish tasty, it packs a nutritional punch that fuels the body with lean protein, and amino acids and is rich in minerals and vitamins like iron, magnesium, and zinc.

Fitness lovers all over look forward to this Holiday fit-food (especially post-workout) as the protein helps repair torn muscle fibers.

Thanksgiving may be thought of as one big cheat meal, however, turkey leftovers secure a solid protein source for the days to follow.

With that, it’s no secret that turkey is good for the body, however, there are some surprising health benefits this bird brings to the table that just might make you want to eat turkey all year long.


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