Super Bowl Sunday has become much more than a football game. It is practically an American holiday. According to dietdetective.com, it is the the second biggest day for food consumption in the United States after Thanksgiving.
Charles Platkin, public health advocate and editor of dietdetective.com, offers these equivalents to limit the calories in some popular snacks.
Instead of store-bought (and likely fried) pita chips and creamy artichoke dip, swap out whole wheat pita pieces and salsa. It is lower in fat and higher in anti-oxidants.