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Exercises to burn off Super Bowl calories

Some Exercise Ideas To Burn Off Super Bowl Party Food Calories

Will you be watching the big game? Maybe you’re more interested in the food than the game. Either way, according to the Calorie Control Council, the average game watcher chows down on about 1,200 calories worth of food and snacks on game day – Super Bowl Sunday is the second biggest eating day (right behind […]

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Super Bowl Food Trivia

Super Bowl Food Trivia

Professional football — as we know it – has been around since 1920, but the first Super Bowl, the annual championship of the National Football League (NFL), only dates back to January 1967. Super Bowl Sunday certainly has the trappings of a holiday both in the US and in many expat communities. It’s the most […]

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Super Bowl and Food

Super Bowl and Food: What Will You Be Eating?

It’s amazing how food has become associated with football — from tailgating to Super Bowl parties to the selection of food sold in stadiums. Where there’s football there also seems to be many opportunities to eat, often mindlessly. Even when you’re surrounded by a smorgasbord of highly caloric, fatty, salty, and sweet foods there are plenty […]

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What Will You Eat On Super Bowl Sunday?

It’s amazing how food has become associated with football — from tailgating to Super Bowl parties to the selection of food sold in stadiums. Where there’s football there also seems to be many opportunities to eat, often mindlessly. Even when you’re surrounded by a smorgasbord of highly caloric, fatty, salty, and sweet foods there are plenty […]

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Super Bowl: A Big Game And Lots Of Food

  Even though professional football — as we know it – has been around since 1920, the first Super Bowl, the annual championship of the National Football League (NFL), was held in January 1967. Although not an official holiday, Super Bowl Sunday certainly has assumed the trappings of a holiday both in the US and […]

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How Much (fun) Exercise Do You Need To Do To Burn Off Super Bowl Food?

Check out these amusing (and possibly alarming) stats on how much and what kind of exercise you need to do to burn off some common Super Bowl food. Get ready to walk, dance, and act somewhat ridiculous for a lot of minutes! (Thanks to the Diet Detective for compiling these stats.) Remember – it’s just […]

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Want Some Calories Saving Tips for the 2nd Biggest Food Day (US) of the Year?

Hand to mouth munching on chips, dips, and wings.  A swig or two or three.  A cookie here and there.  And then there’s the “real food” at halftime – or maybe there was pizza first followed by a selection of subs. It’s Super Bowl! According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Super Bowl Sunday is […]

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What Will You Eat On Super Bowl Sunday?

It’s amazing how food has become associated with football — from tailgating to Super Bowl parties.  If you want to, there are plenty of choices for eating deliciously well if you are more mindful than mindless about your choices. Your best bets are to stick with grilled meat, veggies, baked chips rather than fried, plain […]

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Are You Ready For Some Super Bowl Food Facts – And Some Calorie Saving Tips?

Will you be joining the ranks of over 20 million Americans who will attend a Super Bowl party?  Do you side with half of all Americans who say they would rather go to a Super Bowl party than to a New Year’s Eve party? Some Amazing Super Bowl Food Facts: About one in twenty (9 […]

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Do Football And Food Have Equal Footing On Super Bowl Sunday?

Did you know that the first Super Bowl was in January 1967?  Although not an official holiday, Super Bowl Sunday certainly has assumed the trappings of one — both in the US and in many expat communities.  The Super Bowl broadcast is the most watched annual television program in the US and Super Bowl Sunday […]

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