Does grilling meat cause cancer? [Infographic]
Do I really have to put away my grill for good, or is there more to the story?
by Dean Carlson
Our friends from Precision Nutrition are back with some more "story behind the headlines" detective work. Get your learning on (and your grill out of storage).
Seems like every time the weather gets a bit warmer we get some stories about potential carcinogens caused by grilling meat and and increased risk of cancer.
Frankly it's not all nonsense, sensational headlines or not.
Find out all you need to know about cooking tasty meat AND staying healthy in the Infographic below.
P.S. If you need help sampling your results, please give me a call. 🙂
Click here for a fully printable version of this guide. Hang it on your fridge during grilling season, or with your cookbooks as a handy reference. Give these grilling tips a try next time out, and let me know how it turned out.
- Use herbs and spices
- Marinate your meat.
- Don't overcook.
- Choose your cuts of meat wisely. Think chicken and steak, not hot dogs and brats.
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