What’s Trending – Super Bowl Swaps
Are you worried about eating healthy during the Super Bowl? We talked better for your bite ideas Leslie Bonci on The Jim Brickman Show this weekend.
- The swap for rule – Changing one item for a healthier option. For example, instead of serving Crackers, use pistachios!
- Be prepared – If you show up to the party hungry you’ll eat more. Eat before you arrive at the party, drink a few glasses of water.
- Portion Control – Grab small plates of food, if you’re still hungry you simply have another small plate.
Put these rules into practice with the classic Super Bowl dish – wings! Instead of standard breading, use crushed pistachios instead.
Now you have plenty of ideas to plan out your Super Bowl Party menu, but for more ideas visit www.activeeatingadvice.com.
More on the Expert
Leslie Bonci is the owner of Active Eating Advice – Be fit, fed and fearless! – a nutrition consulting company. Her clients include: The National Dairy Council, California Dried Plum Board, Gatorade, Come Ready Nutrition, Smuckers, and Douglas Labs. She is a nutrition consultant for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Carnegie Mellon University athletics, the Toronto Blue Jays and Kansas City Chiefs. She was the sports dietitian for the Pittsburgh Steelers for 24 years, and has also worked with the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Washington Nationals. In addition, she is the company nutritionist for the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre and a sports nutrition consultant to the WNBA.
She is the author of Sport Nutrition for Coaches and the American Dietetic Association Guide to Better Digestion and co-author of Run Your Butt Off, Walk Your Butt Off, the Active Calorie Diet and Bike Your Butt Off. She is also a blogger for Us News and World Report Eat + Run, and has a weekly television segment – The Winning Plate on KDKA-TV, Pittsburgh Today Live show. Leslie also has a weekly radio spot on KDKA-radio.
Leslie is an adjunct instructor in the school of dental medicine at the University of Pittsburgh and lectures extensively at universities and corporations. She is also developing programs with chefs and master gardeners that focuses on helping kids and adults cultivate, investigate and appreciate a love for for cooking and gardening with Camp Delicious and Root Camp.
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