Simple changes make comfort food healthier, diet experts say

08/29/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

Nutrition experts say simple changes can make fattening comfort food healthier without sacrificing taste, such as substituting turkey or chicken for ground beef in meat loaf and using whole-grain bread and reduced-fat cheese for grilled-cheese sandwiches. Registered dietitian Holley Grainger recommends using chicken broth, low-fat milk or Greek yogurt in mashed potatoes, or stirring in a mild soft cheese or adding garlic and herbs for extra flavor.

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