Avoid overindulging on Super Bowl Sunday
In case you didn’t know, Sunday is the Super Bowl. The big game is a prime time for snacking, which could lead to overindulging.
To help you stay (or get) fit, Erica Christ, a registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator with Greenwich Hospital, offers these tips:
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Don't go to any party hungry. Eat lean protein with healthful fats for breakfast and lunch, so you're not ravenous at the part.
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If you work out regularly, make sure you exercise on Super Bowl Sunday as well. If not, perhaps a light walk?
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Whether you're the host or a guest bringing a snack to someone else's house, bring something that you want to/can eat, such as baked chips with guacamole.
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Limit alcohol. And instead of mixing of fruit juice in your cocktails (as in this sangria), use seltzer. Or drink light beer.
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Half time is a great time to take a walk. If should also be your cut-off point for snacking.