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Now that you know a typical Thanksgiving dinner has 4500 calories, do you know what it takes to burn that all off?
Recently, I had the unfortunate fate of learning how many calories were in my favorite southern comfort dessert, pecan pie. I will not expose you all to the devastating reality, but if you must know you can learn the average calories in a slice of homemade pie here.
A great way to use leftovers but stay healthy is to make this Thanksgiving left over Cobb Salad I've created:
Thanksgiving Leftover Cobb Salad
Hard Boiled (egg whites only)
Mix it all together and use a low fat dressing of your choice. The ingredients are obviously all subject to your own approval. Got an avocado? Throw some of that in there. Add some cheese if you want, a good addition is Roquefort. My pick for dressing is Ken's Honey Mustard spray salad dressing, but feel free to make your own or use a favorite.
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