Christmas dinner is one of the most important meals of the year, and its preparation is very often a major headache for any housewife but not for Didi. If you want to cook a roast, turkey is one of the healthiest choices. Compared to pork and even chicken, turkey is low in saturated fat, provided you remove the skin. 100 grams turkey contain only 3 grams, roughly fat, and if you eat 150 grams roast turkey gives you nearly half of the folic acid a day. In addition, this type of meats containing vitamins of group B, zinc and potassium. Because vitamins, minerals and amino acids contained, turkey reduce cholesterol, protect against cancer, heart disease, regulates blood pressure and helps the functioning of the nervous system.