Did You Overeat Because of the Super Bowl?

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Ah, the lure of a watching fit athletes play football while we sit down and over do it with chips, soda, pizza, beer — and let’s not forget chicken wings!

Did you overeat because of the Super Bowl? Let me assure you, you’re not alone. Traffic to FitWatch.com drops during Super Bowl Sunday. Not only are people too busy watching the game, but all thoughts of weight loss are sacked like a hapless quarterback.

Here’s an hourly comparison of traffic on Super Bowl Sunday vs. last Sunday’s traffic:

Here are a few ways to get back on track:

Did you overdo it yesterday? How do you get back on track?

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Suzanne is the owner of FitWatch. She's had strong interest in nutrition and exercise for over 20 years, and is an ACE-certified Lifestyle & Weight Management Coach. Back in 2002, she started FitWatch.com because she wanted to help people lose weight by creating helpful tools and calculators. A huge fan of calorie counting, Suzanne created the FitWatch Fitness Tracker to make it easy for people to count their calories.







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