Healthy Snack Tips for the Super Bowl

ABC News' Dave Zinczenko reports on some ideas for a championship food spread.
2:03 | 01/28/17

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??? And welcome back. It is one of the best times of the year, the big game is just one week away and many of us already are thinking about what to eat and drink. Thankfully ABC news nutrition and wellness correspondent and author of "Zero sugar diet: The 14-day plan to flatten your belly, crush cravings and help keep you lean for life, now, that's a plan here. Dave, the first of its kind, easy, about color. Yeah, not the color of the uniforms, what we're talking about the color of the chips. You want to avoid the chips that are all the same color because you're going to mindlessly eat too many of them. It's like a bottomless beige bowl. Mix up the colors and you'll eat up to 50% less. Really? Yes. Eat slow because chips you can go so fast. Exactly. Try to go for the multigrain. Dip, we have incredible dips here including a nacho cheese dip. I'm throwing the penalty flag on the cheesy grocery store dips. Make your own, takes five minutes to make a phi-layer. Guacamole as the first layer and come in with some black bean -- I'll go after this. The healthy fat and Greek yoga instead of sour cream and then salsa and then you top it with some indulgent cheddar cheese. That's solid. And boil it for two minutes. Beer, the important part here. Here's what you want to do. Alcohol by volume, if it's 6% to 10% throw a penalty flag on that. Some of these Indian pale Ales are up to 250 calories like eating half of a Big Mac. Look for a session beer which is around 4%, 3%, that's 125 calories, so every beer you're saving about 125 calories. Also an ipa -- Yes, some of the craft beers now have session beers so they're in the 4% range so you can drink a little bit more and not feel like you're having half of a Big Mac. One of your best-selling books was about smoothies. In all honesty we're doing one of those diets. Can we make a shooter think with all the things on this table including the beer? The beer is going to be a little tough but maybe the dip. Thanks so much. We appreciate it.

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