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BYU’s student newspaper recently broke down the calories of what they’re calling a “traditional Mormon Thanksgiving meal.”

BYU’s student newspaper recently broke down the calories of what it's calling a “traditional Mormon Thanksgiving" meal.

The Daily Universe, the student newspaper at the Provo school, put together a helpful guide in an article titled “How many calories are in a Mormon Thanksgiving dinner?”

The Universe used “Mormon recipes” to create a Thanksgiving dinner plan that clocks in at 2,925 calories.

"Thanksgiving is a time for family, friends, and Grandma’s traditional pumpkin pie recipe that might just have you rolling out of her house in a wheelchair," according to the article. "It might be you who feels like the stuffed turkey after eating a Thanksgiving meal, and we wanted to find out just how much that show-stopping stuffing really weighs you down."

Head over to the Universe’s website to see its breakdown.

One glance at the breakdown shows that there’s not much of a difference between the “traditional Mormon Thanksgiving” and a regular Thanksgiving meal.

The Book of Mormon does make references to the phrase “thanksgiving” several times.