Traditional barbecue fare — with its sizzling lipids and charred carcinogens can raise healthy eating questions. Here some suggestions with few surprising options.
Why it’s good for you:
* Grass-Fed Beef: A pound of it is pricey but here’s what you get for your money: higher levels of heart-healthy omega-3 acids and lower levels of total fat than in non-grass-fed beef, according to a report from the Union of Concerned Scientists. ...
... Bonus: We added soy protein, which absorbs the meaty flavor and cuts the fat. ...
Full Story: Your Anti-Cancer Barbecue Menu; by Tula Karras; Recipes by Wendy Hess, RD
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