Many meats traditionally served at barbecues have been shown to increase the risk for some cancers. And, many side dishes are loaded with unwanted fat and calories. So, before you fire up the grill at your next BBQ, be sure to choose healthy proteins, marinate meat before cooking, avoid charring or burning meat, limit red meat to 3 oz. or less, and load up on vegetables and fruits.
Learn more about how to make a healthy plate at your next barbecue: https://www.mdanderson.org/publications/focused-on-health/july-2014/barbecue-cancer.html.
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