Mansfield Opinion

November 18, 2013 3:54 PM

Stuff yourself with fruits, veggies

Don’t let the homemade dressing, roasted turkey and pumpkin pie get you off balance this Thanksgiving season. Instead, stuff the family with lots of fruits and vegetables and go light on the desserts, gravy and mashed potatoes. Plan to eat smaller portions this Thanksgiving, taking time to savor the flavors while you enjoy time with family.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Johnny Manziel court hearing in Dallas 02:54

Johnny Manziel court hearing in Dallas

Johnny Manziel arrives at court 00:26

Johnny Manziel arrives at court

Video: Emmitt Smith Doesn't Think Ezekiel Elliott Should Wear 22 01:09

Video: Emmitt Smith Doesn't Think Ezekiel Elliott Should Wear 22

Jeff Banister on managing with a depleted bullpen 00:29

Jeff Banister on managing with a depleted bullpen

Computer rendering of the Cowboys The Star 01:36

Computer rendering of the Cowboys The Star

Colby Lewis made fifth quality start in Rangers loss at Blue Jays 00:40

Colby Lewis made fifth quality start in Rangers loss at Blue Jays

Rangers reliever Tony Barnette took the loss in Wednesday's 4-3 walk-off defeat to the BlueJays 00:37

Rangers reliever Tony Barnette took the loss in Wednesday's 4-3 walk-off defeat to the BlueJays

Video: Mac Attack's Daughter Reads His Mean Tweets 02:23

Video: Mac Attack's Daughter Reads His Mean Tweets

Star Cowboys to receive a new honor 02:24

Star Cowboys to receive a new honor

Summit International Preparatory Ranked 4th in Texas 00:37

Summit International Preparatory Ranked 4th in Texas

Watch Roger Staubach throw another Hail Mary to Drew Pearson 00:19

Watch Roger Staubach throw another Hail Mary to Drew Pearson

Share Video

Editor's Choice Videos