Are any tailgating foods good for you?

Published On: Dec 29 2011 12:46:34 AM EST   Updated On: Jan 06 2014 09:55:34 AM EST

For some, the best part of football season is what happens outside the stadium. But which foods are best and worst for your body?

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Football games mean crowding into the stadium to cheer on the team. But it also means firing up a grill in a parking lot. If you're going to tailgate, how many calories do you think you'll consume? (Data based on information at NutritionData.com and Calorie-Count.com.)

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