The holidays can be tough when you have dietary restrictions, but it's possible to enjoy the biggest feast of the year with smart swaps and simple substitutions. This year, serve up dishes that everyone in the family can enjoy with diabetic Thanksgiving recipes that are low in carbs, added sugar, sodium, and fat. You'll love our collection of lightened-up favorites, including inspiring appetizers, entrées, and sides. Plan ahead to get outside and get some exercise before or after the meal as well. A brisk walk around the block will go a long way toward helping keep calories in check and building togetherness on this day of thanks.

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October 25, 2016