The average American consumes 4,500 calories on Thanksgiving! Here’s how to enjoy your feast and save about 2000 calories:
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You've done battle with party buffets and holiday cookies before, and even though you know what to do (fill up from the veggie platter, chew slowly, yada yada), somehow the buffet always wins.