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Gearing up to host a gathering this holiday weekend? Cooking food outside presents some special health and safety challenges, but don’t let them ruin your al fresco fete. Here are some tips from Indiana University Health dietitian Beth Kirsch, R.D.
Stay lean and green. There’s nothing wrong with indulging in a hot dog, juicy steak, or crispy skin-on grilled chicken once in a while. But if you want a healthier balance to your barbecue menus, here are some delicious ways to do that:
Beat back bacteria. You want guests to go home satisfied, not sick. Here are some easy ways to keep things clean when you cook out.
Counter carcinogens. There’s evidence proteins exposed to very high heat (such as direct flames from a charcoal grill) may form cancer-causing compounds called heterocyclic amines, or HCAs, according to the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR). Here are some simple ways to prevent this from happening.