There always seems to be a "new" diet that boasts about leading you to a healthier, leaner life. In recent years, it's been the keto diet. Short for ketogenic, the keto diet focuses on cutting out carbohydrates from your diet in order to force your body to use ketones for energy instead of those carbs. But rest assured, anyone on the keto diet still consumes plenty of calories - up to 80 percent of which come from healthy fats! So there are plenty of meats, cheeses, and butters in the mix.
That means that many holiday foods are keto-friendly, but if you need proof, check out this list of tasty, low-carb Thanksgiving recipes. Keep in mind, though, that some of these recipes call for low-fat dairy, but you should opt for full-fat!