Nutrition: Low-fat Christmas Leftovers

By Cycling Plus

It’s Christmas time, and once again we face the battle of excesses – especially Christmas dinner. But don’t despair: despite many of the ‘naughty’ full-fat, high-sugar add-ons, the biggest meal of the year actually contains many superfoods that will make highly nutritious, low-fat meals well into January.

Take turkey for example, the main ingredient. “Turkey is one of the lowest fat mainstream meats around,” says Emma Turner from “There’s just 155kcal, 1.7g fat and 22.6g protein in 100g of skinless grilled turkey breast meat. It’s also a good source of zinc, which is needed for a healthy immune system.”



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