Fitness expert Jimmy Rosser from Nautilus Sport & Fitness was in studio to show you how pop squats can jump start shedding those Thanksgiving pounds, and nutritionist Tori Park shows you how to turn those Thanksgiving leftovers into a healthy salad.
Park advises using turkey instead of chicken on many favorite dishes you might normally prepare, like salads, sandwiches, tacos, wraps, stew, and more.
On Monday's First News AM, Park showed us her Turkey Broccoli Slaw Salad. Click the video link to watch the segment.
Turkey Broccoli Slaw Salad
by Tori Park
2 Bags of Broccoli Slaw (found in the prepackaged lettuce section in produce)
¼ cup – ½ cup of green onions chopped
¼ cup of sunflower seeds
¼ cup of chopped pecans, or almonds, or walnuts
2 cups of Turkey (you can add more if you like more meat in your salads)
optional: 1 bag of Chicken Ramen noodles dry and crumbled
2/3 cup of oil (I put half olive and half canola)
3 TBSP of sugar
½ tsp of ground pepper
3 TBSP of White Wine Vinegar
In a large bowl put Bags of Broccoli Slaw. You can soak it in water and pour out the water before you add other ingredients.
Mix these together and toss into the salad.
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