Our money's on Coach Harbaugh.
Our money’s on Coach Harbaugh.

Super Sunday is here!  Here’s some suggestions for enjoying yourself this Sunday without feeling guilty on Monday morning.

From Montana Meals:

Traditional Super Bowl fare – items like meaty chili, cheesy nachos, deep dish pizza, and chicken wings- tend to be high in calories & low in nutritional value.   A few modifications, however, can turn even the worst of these foods into a nutritionally acceptable meal.  Take nachos for example.  Rather than simply loading tortilla chips with pounds of cheese, try this– go easy on the cheese, and instead add fiber-rich black or pinto beans, colorful veggies like bell peppers, tomatoes, green onions, canned green chilies, and cilantro, and as well as some chopped cooked chicken breast.  Add in a little healthy fat with homemade guacamole and then top with some nonfat plain Greek yogurt instead of sour cream.  Sounds tasty, right?

A few other healthy recipe suggestions to try for game day:

Happy Eating!  CS

From Montana Moves:

I like big events, I like football, and I like food.  So it’s safe to say that I love a good Super Bowl Party!  Cristin gave some great advice up there in her portion of this post.  However, I know myself well, and I can tell you that on Sunday evening, I probably won’t be following Cristin’s 80/20 Rule of Moderation, which is Rule #1 of her Six Nutritional Tenets .  Knowing that I’ll have more calories than normal going in on Sunday night, I’m planning a preemptive strike for that morning, which I’ve decided will be a long run up Hyalite Canyon—I’m going to burn a lot of calories!  It’s going to be mild and sunny across much of the state Sunday (or so they say) 😉 so if you have the opportunity, get out and be active doing something you love in one of your favorite places, and then go to your Super Bowl Party knowing you’ve earned a few extra calories.  Then just get back to your normal healthy eating habits on Monday.

NA

Super Bowl predictions from Neal and Cristin?  All our money is on Coach Harbaugh.

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