LA CROSSE, WI (WKBT) - If you're headed to a Super Bowl watch party tomorrow, chances are there will be plenty of snacks to choose from.
The Super Bowl is considered one of the biggest feasting events in the country - so dieticians are warning people to watch what they eat this Sunday.
During the event, people eat twice the average daily amount of snack foods - nationwide, that's more than 30-million pounds of food.
If you're still following that New Year's Resolution and want to avoid the extra calories that come with tomorrow. Experts say it's all about balancing your snacks. They recommend filling up on fruits and veggies before digging into the high-calorie snacks.24244028
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