Healthy Grilled Foods – How to Eat Grilled Foods and Keep Yourself
High temperature cooking methods, like
preparing grilled meat: pork, beef, chicken or
fish, the true sources of carcinogenic chemicals,
especially if they are too fried to form a crust. In
addition, when fat droplets jumping on hot
coals (or any other heat source), other possible
sources carcinogenic are formed, they are
stored right on the surface of meat, because
that emit smoke and flames.
This does not mean you never have to eat
grilled meat, but it is not good to eat such products prepared every day. If you’re one of those
people who frequently eat grilled meat, consider these tips for reducing health risks:
• Choose less fatty meat to prepare on the grill, or even remove visible fat to reduce the
intensification of the flames.
• Marinate meat before putting it on the grill – this method reduces the possible occurrence of risk
factors over 90%. Use vinegar, vegetable oil and spices.
• To reduce the time to prepare on the grill, especially for thin slices of meat, partially cook them
before (in the oven or in microwave) and then again later, place them on the grill.
• Do not place the heat source directly under the meat.
• Place aluminum foil between meat and coals.
• If the fat makes a lot of smoke, remove the meat and reduce heat a few minutes.
• And last but not least, get rid of burnt meat before eating it.
• You can squeeze a half lemon and water, so you will speed up digestion, will cut your appetite and
you can get rid of some extra pounds without a diet;
• Is preferable to drink cold water (not too cold to not have problems), the body will cool and will
have to burn a few calories to return to a normal temperature, resulting in weight loss.
• Do not drink water during meals: water dilutes digestive juices and digestion is no longer done
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