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Top 10 Fat-Burning Holiday Foods

TOP 10 Fat-Burning Holiday Foods CINNAMON Tip: Swap sugar for a pinch of cinnamon in your favorite tea. Sprinkling cinnamon on your morning oatmeal is also an easy way to incorporate cinnamon into your diet. SWEET POTATOES Tip: Mash up your sweet potatoes and mix with fat-free Greek yogurt for a healthy and creamy holiday side dish. WILD SALMON Tip: Grill salmon on a cedar plank and season it with a little maple syrup, mustard, garlic, and lemon juice for a rich flavor. DARK CHOCOLATE Tip: To utilize its fat-burning benefits, limit yourself to just one-inch square of dark chocolate a day. Moreover, make sure your dark chocolate of choice is at least 70 percent cocoa to avoid too many unnecessary sugars. TURKEY Tip: Choose lean, skinless and white cuts of turkey to reap this food's fat-burning benefits. PEARS Tip: Add pear slices to your leftover Thanksgiving turkey sandwich. QUINOA Tip: Make quinoa your go-to breakfast to keep your energy level up until lunch. Sprinkle cinnamon and dried fruit on top for a warm and hearty dish. BERRIES Tip: Tossing berries into a cup of fat-free Greek yogurt is a delicious and filling treat. APPLES Tip: Cut your traditional apple pie or apple crisp into smaller, bite-size pieces to have better control over the portions. 10 GARLIC Tip: For a simple and healthy holiday side dish, roast kale in the oven with a clove of garlic and a little kosher salt and olive oil. www.unitypoint.org/desmoines/holidayfoods UnityPoint Health Des Moines

Top 10 Fat-Burning Holiday Foods

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The holiday season comes with its fair share of temptations. Find out how to keep your weight on track with these yummy fat-burning holiday foods.

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