Six steps to a healthier barbecue

But by making a few simple changes it is possible to make the experience a healthier, more nutritious, yet still tasty treat.


While traditional burgers are good sources of protein, iron and vitamin B12, they can contain high levels of saturated fat which is linked to increased LDL cholesterol.

Scientists have warned that barbecuing meat may increase your risk of certain types of cancer.

The combination of cooking meat over a direct flame and the smoke it is exposed to increases our intake of cancer-causing carcinogens…
Daily Express :: Health Feed

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