Published on Nov 20, 2017
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What is up Thomas here and this week I got a video that’s going to save you when the time comes to chow down for Thanksgiving.

Now, I know you’re going to be around family and friends, have all this with all this amazing-looking food in front of you, however, I’m going to give you the strategic breakdown of what to be putting on your plate so you can stay on track towards those six pack abs.

Especially if you’ve made the choice of starting the Science Based Six Pack program –

Let’s right into it:

0:37 – The Difference Between White Meat & Dark Meat Turkey

I recommend going for white meat turkey. The carbs in all the other dishes for Thanksgiving can cause insulin spikes, and when mixed with copious amounts of fat that would be found in dark meat, the fat can end up being stored when accompanied with the carbs.

One isn’t necessarily better than the other, however, in 3.5oz of white meat, there are approximately 170 calories per serving, as opposed to dark meat with approximately 205 calories per serving with double the fat content.

In dark meat, the iron is held in a protein called myoglobin, which produces the darker color.

2:05 – Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potatoes are a low glycemic index food and contain magnesium, which makes them easy to digest. They are also high in Vitamin B6 that helps break down homocysteine, a substance that contributes to hardening of blood vessels and arteries.

The regular mashed potatoes covered in gravy is a mix of fat and carbs that can induce insulin spikes and fat-storing – the last thing you want if you plan on getting six pack abs.

Sweet Mashed Potatoes taste awesome without any gravy. Add a little garlic to taste and you’re set. You can even add a little stevia for a sweeter take.

2:51 – Do-It-Yourself Cranberry Sauce

Avoid the cheap stuff from a can at all costs – it’s loaded with BPA’s and sugar – on average about 22g of sugar per 1/4 cup serving.

Take a bag of raw cranberries and boil them yourself for around 10 minutes, mashed them up yourself, then if needed add some stevia to taste.

This way, you’re still able to get the benefits of Anthocyanin in the cranberries – known for helping with bacteria levels in your gut by increasing the number of good bacteria as well as ridding bad bacteria build up in your urinary tract.

3:43 – Brussel Sprouts

Brussel sprouts are high in fiber which helps regulate blood sugar levels.

In my house, we substitute out the green beans for Brussel sprout because they are very high in fiber and contain Alpha-lipoic Acid – an antioxidant that helps insulin to work a lot better in the body with your blood sugar levels and utilizing carbs.

Also, they contain is indole-3-carbinol (I3C) – which dramatically impacts estrogen levels in the body and helps to regulate testosterone.

Carmelize the Brussel sprouts with a little bit of stevia and they taste great! That stevia helps to dilate blood vessels and encourage your body to excrete sodium so you’re not so bloated for the next few days.

There you have it, guys. I have one more challenge for you for Thanksgiving – Enjoy your meal! Have fun and have a safe holiday.

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