Every year Americans across the country gather on the fourth Thursday of November with their family to celebrate Thanksgiving. The tradition is to get together with family and have a large meal of turkey, mashed potatoes, casserole, stuffing, corn, sweet potatoes, and usually either pumpkin or pecan pie, and talk about things we are thankful for. It can be a lovely holiday but not exactly the healthiest one. It’s the kind of holiday where you usually need to loosen your belt buckle after. But if you’re focused on your health, there are ways to avoid that post-thanksgiving bloat. We have some healthy ideas to help make your Thanksgiving happy and healthy.