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MICHELLE COOPER: Next, we're going to talk about turkey. Turkey is an excellent lean source of protein. Depending on the way you cook it, you can get some excellent protein and minerals without all the added fat and calories. Make sure that when you prepare your turkey, you remove the skin which contains most of the fat. Another thing to remember is dark meat has more fat than white meat, so you might want to go--opt for a turkey breast over a turkey leg. Use methods of cooking like baking, broiling or barbecuing. You can also use turkey for sandwiches. You can find lean-sized turkey in the deli or in most grocery stores. You can also find a healthier turkey hotdog which would be better than having your beef hotdog or your pork hotdog. It's going to be a little bit lower in fat than its beef or pork counterparts. You might want to opt for turkey for your salad toppings as a good source of protein to complement the vegetables that are on there. So remember, turkey can be a great low-calorie, high-quality source of protein. Just remember, one, remove the skin. Number two, choose the white meat over the dark meat; and number three, make sure that your methods of cooking don't involve frying or adding any additional grease, rather, bake, broil or barbecue.



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