Sunday is not only a big game day.
For those of us gathering in living rooms here in Atlanta – or Denver, Seattle and everywhere in between – it’s also a big eating day.
In fact, the Super Bowl is the nation’s second largest day for food consumption, next to Thanksgiving Day, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. That’s globs of loaded nachos, spicy meatballs and, of course, the staple food of the Super Bowl, chicken wings. Get this: 1.25 billion wings will be devoured during Super Bowl XLVIII, matching the record level of 2012 and about 20 million more wings than consumed during last year’s match.
Many Super Bowl menus are not only high in fat and calories but also a recipe for indigestion and, if not careful, food-borne illness…READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE.
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