It's true that Americans are more health
conscious these days, but that awareness seems to wane during the
holidays. Celebratory meals typically include large amounts of
cholesterol in the form of cream, eggs and fatty meats—bad news if
you’re concerned about heart disease and other illnesses linked to
high cholesterol counts.
However, with a little vigilance and a lot of herbs you can
significantly cut cholesterol from traditional holiday fare without
sacrificing flavor. This holiday feast is healthy,
mouthwatering proof. Let the celebrating begin!
Sage Turkey Breast
Dressing in a Pot
Twice-Baked Garlic Potatoes
Raspberry-Grapefruit Acorn Squash with Pine Nuts
Debbie Whittaker is a frequent contributor to Herbs for