NEW YORK, Jan. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Americans consume more calories as a nation on Super Bowl Sunday than on any other day of the year, save Thanksgiving. By the time the final whistle blows at Super Bowl XLII, Americans will have downed 156 billion calories, mostly from greasy pizza, fried chicken wings, and beer.
But this year you have a choice: You can either run the length of the football field 109 times to burn off all of those extra calories, or you can follow the savvy nutritional advice from the new runaway bestseller EAT THIS, NOT THAT!(TM) (Rodale/Jan 2008/ $19.95/Paperback). David Zinczenko, editor-in- chief of Men's Health, and co-author Matt Goulding show you how to cut your caloric intake in half and still eat and drink everything you want during the gridiron showdown.
Of the many smart tricks that will cut a ton of calories this February
3rd, the authors can talk about:
-- How to save 1000 calories when you order your next pizza
-- Why eating a bowl of rich, hearty chili in the first quarter of the
game will save you hundreds of calories by halftime
-- How to make party sandwiches that are twice as satisfying and half as
caloric as anything you'll find in a deli
-- Why Guinness beer may be the key to keeping your calorie count down
during the action
-- How to save 500 calories while indulging your chicken wing cravings
-- The three most surprising foods you should make a part of your spread
Forget the carrot sticks and the watery beer. This year, eat all of your favorite foods and still save big! EAT THIS, NOT THAT!(TM) shows you how.
About the Authors:
David Zinczenko, editor-in-chief of Men's Health magazine, is the author of New York Times bestsellers The Abs Diet and The Abs Diet for Women. Once an overweight child growing up in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Zinczenko has become one of the nation's leading experts on health and fitness. He is a regular contributor to the Today show and has appeared on Oprah, Good Morning America, and Primetime Live.
Matt Goulding is the food and nutrition editor of Men's Health. He has cooked and eaten his way around the world, touching down in Allentown, Pennsylvania, where he divides most of his time between keyboard and stovetop.
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