Heart-Healthy Super Bowl Food

Filed Under: Heart Health, Food and Nutrition
Last Reviewed 04/02/2015

Heart-Healthy Super Bowl Food

Regardless of which team you’re rooting for on Super Bowl Sunday—or whether you’re one who just watches the game for the incredible commercials and half-time show—I thought I would give you some heart-healthy snacks to enjoy during the game.

Here are My Top 5 Heart-Healthy Super Bowl Foods for Game Time

1. Harvest trail mix not only contains nuts rich in heart-healthy omega-3s, it will give you the energy you need to jump up and down, rooting for your favorite team. Here’s the recipe.

2. Vegetables— with fresh tomato salsa or       avocado salsa fresca.

3. Fresh vegetable tray—including antioxidant rich pepper strips, carrots, cucumbers, tomato slices, and more—with lemon poppy seed dip.

4. Taco dip, made with my low-sodium homemade Mexican seasoning mix. Prepare using ground free-range turkey, and top with heart-healthy black beans, cheese, salsa, and diced tomatoes.

5. Mediterranean style chili is not only heart-healthy it’s a crowd pleaser that’s sure to warm everyone up on game day. Here's the recipe.

Now it’s your turn: Which team are you rooting for, and what’s your favorite Super Bowl snack?

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