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Super Bowl LI is less than two weeks away. Whether you’re staying in or having a Super Bowl party blowout , the centerpiece of the festivities is always the food. But game-day snacks carry an unfortunate reputation of being recklessly indulgent, which is not hard to believe on account of them usually being smothered in cheese, deep-fried , or wrapped in bacon. Though munching on a few of these hand-held delicacies won’t significantly impact your health, it may temporarily derail your diet and leave you with a nasty case of heart burn. Dr. Adrienne Youdim , a specialist in medical weight loss and nutritional therapy, has some easy tips for staying healthy during the annual buffet of wings, chips, dips, and subs. After nearly a decade of serving as the medical director for the Weight Loss Center at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, she used her passion and expertise to open the Center for Weight Loss and Nutrition at the Lasky Clinic in Beverly Hills. Here are her healthy tips for surviving the game-day feast with your diet and waistline intact. Sleep deprivation causes hunger hormones to surge the next day, making it more difficult to control those cravings. If you’re having trouble sleeping, make sure to avoid eating these foods after 5 p.m. Studies show that consuming at least 30 grams of protein at breakfast will suppress hunger hormones all day long and curb snacking in the afternoon. Before the festivities begin, grab a cup of Greek yogurt or whip up a plate of scrambled eggs. Click here for 12 healthy breakfasts that you can eat on the go.
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Julian Savea to play 100th game for Hurricanes Winger Julian Savea will start his 100th Super Rugby match for the Hurricanes when they face the Chiefs at Westpac Stadium on Friday. Savea returns to the left wing in place of Ben Lam as one of six changes to the team that beat the Western Force 34-12 in Perth last weekend. He will become the 10th player to reach 100 matches for the Hurricanes, joining Tana Umaga, Rodney So'oialo, Andrew Hore, Neemia Tialata, Jeremy Thrush, Ma'a Nonu, Victor Vito, Conrad Smith and Cory Jane. 26 year old Savea made his Hurricanes debut against the Highlanders in 2009 and has been a fixture on the wing ever since. Though it took him 16 matches to score his first Super Rugby try, Savea has crossed the line 45 times in his seven seasons for the Hurricanes. Hurricanes' Head Coach Chris Boyd said it was a significant achievement for any player to reach 100 Super Rugby matches. "To play 100 matches at this level shows a high level of commitment and professionalism and for Julian to do it in the Hurricanes jersey is a great story. "He's a local guy who has been in the Wellington and Hurricanes system since he was at Rongotai College and he came through the Oriental Rongotai club, so I think a lot of people will be very proud on Friday night." Julian Savea said it had always been a privilege to represent the club and it would be a proud moment to bring up his 100th match in front of friends and family at Westpac Stadium. "This team means a lot to me and I've always felt privileged and proud to represent the club. I'm really looking forward to running out against the Chiefs and hopefully we can get the right result." NZR Board Member Mark Robinson will present Savea with a greenstone mere, the traditional gift for players who have played 100 Super Rugby matches, all for New Zealand teams. Winger Nehe Milner-Skudder and loose forward Ardie Savea return to the starting line-up, which also features an all-new front row of Chris Eves, Leni Apisai and Jeffery To'omaga-Allen.
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