Try Fish, Chicken, Veggies, or Fruit
Who says BBQs are just for hot dogs and hamburgers? There are plenty of other options that can fill up your grill. Skipping the red meat and going straight for the lean proteins are a great way to decrease your overall saturated fat intake.
The American Cancer Society recommends limiting overall red meat intake to decrease cancer risks. Impress guests by serving up some grilled fruits or even grilled lettuce. Split romaine hearts work best. Grilled pineapple with a low-sugar glaze can be a sweet way to end the perfect BBQ meal.
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