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How To Keep Cancer Off The BBQ Grill

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Father’s Day is this Sunday and many in the Lafayette area will be grilling.  The experts at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center say that small changes to what – and how – you grill can keep cancer off the menu. Sally Scroggs, health education manager at MD Anderson’s Cancer Prevention Center recommends these tips:

1. Avoid processed meats.

2. Limit red meat.

3. Don’t char or burn meat, poultry or fish.

4. Use a marinade.

5. Trim the fat.

6. Showcase fruits and veggies.

 

For more healthy grilling information, visit www.mdanderson.org/focused.

 

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