Don't let the holiday dinners pack on the pounds - here's the nutritional run down of the top 11 foods at your table.
Choosing a piece of pie is always a tough choice, so maybe we can help a little bit. Dobbins notes that among holiday favorites, pumpkin might be your best bet and pecan might be the worst. An average slice of pecan has a little over 500 calories, while pumpkin boasts slightly over 300. The classic apple pie is right in between the two, coming in at a bit over 400 calories. All of them boast small quantities of several vitamins and minerals, except pumpkin pie, which has more than a full day’s worth of Vitamin A.
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