Monday, February 05, 2007

Superbowl Statistics and Healthier choices

Needless to say this Sunday was Superbowl Sunday so I thought I would drop by a couple of numbers to make you aware of how big it is.

According to Hallmark Superbowl Sunday is the day of the year where their are the most house parties (even more so then New Years). The average number of people attending these parties is 17.

The first Superbowl (which was held in L.A.) was the only Superbowl which didn't get sold out, which is quite an accomplishment considering the tickets went up from $10 to $325.

Here is the most frightening of statistics, Superbowl is the second day which Americans eat the most (Thanksgiving coming first). On average 14,500 tons of potato chips and 4,000 tons of popcorn are eaten. In addition there are 14 miles of soft-drink lines leading to 160 dispensers that serve fans at the stadium during the game.

It's fairly amusing how people become so horribly unhealthy when watching a sport on television. One would think that seeing the athletics would propel people to be healthier.

If Superbowl related items are what you need to be healthy, then EAS Athlete's Defense is the only multivitamin approved by the group that certifies supplements for the NFL. It helps you support your immune system and has tons of Vitamin E, C, beta carotene, selenium and zinc.

Maybe next Superbowl will be a little healthier.

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