No question that there will be some classic Thanksgiving dishes you’ll have to skip when you’re filling your plate. Starting with “all the stuffing and all the pies,” Dr. Cabeca says. Stuffing, whether it’s made with bread or corn bread, is off the menu. And most pies will be loaded with sugar. Avoid the marshmallow-topped sweet potato casserole and cheesy potatoes gratin. Green bean casserole, thanks to the onions and thickened cream of mushroom soup, won’t make the cut. Neither will that jiggly gelatin salad your aunt brings year after year. “One thing that I always tell my clients is to definitely eat some greens before [the main meal] so you’re satisfied, not hungry, and cravings are diminished,” Dr. Cabeca says. If you’re looking for inspiration, check out these 14 impressive before-and-after pictures from people on the keto diet.
Source : https://www.rd.com/health/diet-weight-loss/best-keto-approved-thanksgiving-foods/314