5 Steps to a Heart-Healthy Grilling Season
The smells of summer are back: sunscreen, freshly cut grass and burgers sizzling on the grill.
For many families, backyard barbecues are a staple of summer dining. But often the foods people associate with summer grilling — including ribs, sausages, hot dogs and burgers — are processed or high in saturated fat and sodium, contributing to health risks. heart health. And studies show that cooking meat at high temperatures can cause harmful chemical reactions that increase the risk of heart disease, diabetes and cancer.