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A frozen turkey and a surprise medical breakthrough

from The Atlantic

Of the roughly 46 million turkeys that Americans will consume this Thanksgiving, an estimated 85 percent will be purchased as blocks of solid ice. But as ubiquitous as frozen turkeys may be, their origin story isn't one that’s particularly well known. In the middle of the 20th century, these birds made their way to grocery-store shelves only after a scientific study revolutionized the practice of turkey farming in the U.S. — and, in the process, laid the groundwork for one of the most important breakthroughs connecting diet and heart disease. more

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