How To Keep Cancer Off The BBQ Grill
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.