Feeling stuffed after Thanksgiving? Get moving!

Turkey, gravy, potatoes, perogies, and pumpkin pie with whipped cream. It's a dreamy combination of harvest foods. But those Thanksgiving calories can pile-up quickly.

Thanksgiving dinner can add up to more than 3000 calories before you know it.

Have another piece? (CBC)

Turkey, gravy, potatoes, perogies, and pumpkin pie with whipped cream. It's a dreamy combination of harvest foods. But those Thanksgiving calories can pile-up quickly.  

Saskatoon Morning host Leisha Grebinski spoke with personal trainer Kyla Mamer.

Mamer says you can't overthink one day of feasting. But if you want to burn off those calories, be prepared to move around for many hours. 

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