Go the Distance with Dessert for Super Bowl

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Second to only Thanksgiving, Super Bowl Sunday is the biggest food consumption day of the year. The festivities commonly include millions of pizzas, thousands of gallons of beer, and 15,000 tons of chips for guacamole dip. Can someone eat healthy on this most super of days? For something truly sweet and good for you, bring on the dessert.

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It’s that time of the year when friends and family join together and commemorate the clash of two football teams in turf warfare. Partnering with record amounts of pizza, beer, chips, and every other fattening and caloric food under the sun, it is a gathering worthy of antacids by the case and a month in the gym. But can you have your fun and eat it too? Many Americans are gearing up a little differently in what they buy for the kick-off this year. They simply want to find a healthy alternative that is also tasty. The best case might just be able to completely avoid the customary Buffalo wings and fried chicken and move straight to dessert. Filling up your bowl with an entire pint of Arctic Zero only adds 136 calories, but it packs a muscle-feeding 20 grams of whey protein. This new frozen dessert can also go the distance with those that are looking for gluten-free and lactose intolerant products.

Here’s a list of Super Bowl foods that should be avoided if you want to spend less time in the gym than necessary:

  •     Buffalo wings     (290 Calories per average serving of 4 wings)
  •     Macaroni and cheese     (400 Calories per cup)
  •     Southern Fried Chicken (500 Calories for 2 drumsticks)
  •     Beer     (370 Calories for 2 ½ cans)
  •     Sausage Chili (467 Calories for 2 cups)

So while watching the game, commercials, eating, and drinking it’s nice to know that a little dessert may help avoid a month-long entanglement in the gym.

Arctic Zero, Inc. is a Temecula, California-based frozen dessert manufacturer that specializes in low calorie and nutritious frozen dessert products.

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