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To hone their competitive edge, the Seahawks eat healthy, and so can you with 12+ delicious recipes for game day and some strategies to prevent day-after indigestion, bloating and inflammatory flab. Keep reading for Super Bowl super food recipes and tips.
After Pete Carroll was fired by the New England Patriots, he agonized over what he’d do differently if he ever had a chance to coach another NFL team, writes Alyssa Roenigk in ESPN The Magazine.
As coach of the Seahawks, Carroll’s do-over strategy includes taking care of players instead of berating them, and creating a kinder, gentler culture through meditation and mandatory yoga. (Check out ESPN's photos of Russell Wilson demonstrating his favorite yoga poses.) If the Hawks can meditate to cultivate inner compassion, surely the rest of us can also change our ways.
How 'bout starting with Super Bowl snacks?
A peek at the Seahawks’ grocery list: 60 dozen organic free-range eggs (just for one week!), crates of organic veggies, luscious blueberries grown organically on a local farm. No sodas or junk food at the Seahawks practice facility in Renton, writes Tan Vinh in the Seattle Times. No deep-fried food. French fries are baked.
Want to know what quarterback Russell Wilson eats for breakfast?
Apparently, disappointed sports fans eat more fat after their team loses (sorry, San Francisco!), while fans of the winning team opt for healthier foods, according to recent research in Psychological Science.