The reason why you can’t find anything healthy to eat at most stadiums is that they don’t serve it.
There are a few exceptions, and, here and there, I do see them trying to put in better options.
But keep in mind that the quality of the food is likely to be very, very low in a stadium, even if the components seem good.
I’ve written a few times about why it’s important to eat high quality, organic meat. Be aware that even if you pick the burger without the bun at a ballpark, it’s not going to be organic, grass-fed meat. It’s going to be highly processed and may do your body more harm than good.
You can practically forget about finding a nutritious salad that isn’t half-dead, devoid of nutrients, and covered in pesticides.
So, what do I eat when I go to a ballgame or concert?
I’ll have a huge breakfast beforehand, which leaves me satisfied with completely nothing besides water until afterwards, if necessary.
I’ll bring some homemade protein bars and bone broth for before or after.
But for a few hours, nothing might be the best choice.
Just because everyone else thinks that getting something to eat at a ballgame has to be part of the experience, doesn’t mean that you have to as well.