1.How many calories does the average person consume in a Thanksgiving dinner?
2.How much would a 160-pound person have to exercise to burn off those Thanksgiving calories?
3.You're invited to a holiday potluck--and the spread has four entrees. Which one should you pick?
4.A healthy portion of turkey should be about the size of . . .
5.How many calories can you save by simply choosing white meat over dark meat?
6.You can't have turkey or mashed potatoes without gravy, but it's one of the least healthy things you can eat. How many grams of fat can you cut from your meal by simply spooning out a tablespoon of fat from your gravy?
7.What special ingredient can you add to your gravy to make your skin glow?
8.What holiday side dish can also double as Pepto-Bismol?
9.What can you do before you eat to keep you from overindulging?
10.True or false: You should skip breakfast before eating Thanksgiving dinner so you can save up your calories.
11.Your Aunt Mildred passes you a basket filled with several kinds of bread. Which should you grab?
12.You just dug out your mom's famous stuffing recipe. To save calories, should you simmer the celery and onions in bouillon or sauté them in butter?
13.You've eaten your first round of dinner, but you're still hungry for seconds. Which dish is your healthiest bet?
14.You think a little alcohol could help you get through the family dinner. Which of these drinks has the least calories?
15.What can you make that has the consistency and taste of mashed potatoes but with fewer calories?
16.What's a good trick to help you eat less during Thanksgiving dinner?
17.Who cares about the Thanksgiving meal when there's dessert! Which pie should you pick if you're watching your calories?
18.You've saved room for that pumpkin pie, but you'd still like to cut calories. How many calories can you save by skipping the crust?
19.Family picture time! Which of these Thanksgiving foods actually protects your pearly whites?
20.True or false: Turkey is to blame for your post-Thanksgiving dinner drowsiness.