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Homemade Healthy Barbecue Sauce by Kelly @ Foodie Fiasco Posted Sun 23 Sep 2012 2:43am My, my. It sure has been too long.   I have distant yet fond memories of downing vats of barbecue sauce at cookouts many years ago. Not right off a spoon, of course. I am much to civilized for that. I would simply use other vehicles of transportation to get that liquid barbecue-flavored gold from the bowl into my mouth such a ... Read on »
Is There Really Such a Thing as a Healthy Barbecue? by Suzanne B Posted Sun 10 Jul 2011 3:22pm It is summer, and I know there is one question on all our minds: Hot dog vs. Hamburger? It’s barbecue season and that can trigger all sorts of anxiety when you’re trying to watch what you eat. But short of locking yourself up indoors, how can you still have all the summer fun, but yet stay on track with your diet? The key is knowing what y ... Read on »
Barbecue the Healthy Way by Dr Larry Posted Sun 08 Jul 2012 10:07pm Summer is defined by its long days, siestas by the pool and lip-smacking backyard meals enjoyed with family and friends. When you’re piling up a plate with ribs glazed with sauce and perfectly cooked baked beans, it’s easy to toss on another handful of potato chips without thought. In addition, research has shown that grilling meat ... Read on »
Healthy Recipe: Marinated Barbecued Chicken Recipe by Laura Patient Expert Posted Sun 19 Dec 2010 6:09pm What a good looking meal! A single cut is enough for a single person. This recipe is an original recipe from the Philippines. You can prepare this for yourself with just easy steps and very much available ingredients. Your family can now enjoy a healthy and a very yummy meal. Filipinos enjoy their foods with dips made of soy sauce, lemon juice, ... Read on »
Tips for a Healthy July 4th Barbecue by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Wed 29 Jun 2011 3:47pm July 4th weekend is here! On this WFSB – Better Connecticut segment, I show you simple tips to make grilling at your July 4th barbecue a little bit healthier. As always, small changes can make a big difference. Beef: For starters, always choose healthier meat. Choose grass-fed beef whenever possible. Also, Bison and Buffalo tend t ... Read on »
Healthy Grilling Tips for Summer Barbecues by Medline Plus Posted Sun 09 Jun 2013 9:00am Enjoy outdoor cooking while keeping cancer risk to a minimum, expert urges Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Cancer , Food Safety Read on »
Healthy Food Review Pop Chips by Melanie J. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Tue 07 Oct 2008 6:11pm Hi All, I first spotted Pop Chips when I was doing one of my "let's roam up and down the aisles and see what's new" trips to my local natural foods store.  Yes I have no life :) Anyway, there are a lot of great low fat and low calorie crunchy snack choices out there, but personally I had yet to find one that was a great barbecue flavor with ... Read on »
5 Healthy Father’s Day Gifts He’ll Love by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Fri 04 Jun 2010 8:46am This Father’s Day, forget the ties and barbecue tools and get dad something he’ll love that promotes wellness and good health. After all, we want him around for as long as possible! Also, make sure that you include some quality time together; he’ll appreciate that most of all!: Travel Exercise Gear: If your dad is on the road a lot for ... Read on »
Grillin’ Up the Good Stuff by Dr Larry Posted Sat 06 Aug 2011 11:48pm 06th Jul The backyard barbeque beckons with good friends, sunny weather, long days and warm nights. Of course, these tasty summertime gatherings also lure people to indulge in juicy cheeseburgers, rich salads, sugary sodas and sweet desserts. The occasional splurge on not-so-healthy food isn’t a bad thing, but ... Read on »
11 Tips for Cooking Out Without Pigging Out by Aaron P. Patient Expert Posted Mon 23 Jun 2008 5:03am By Joe Wilkes It's almost summertime, which means you should fire up the grill and enjoy the great outdoors. It all sounds pretty healthy, until somebody shows up with a bowl of mayonnaise and potatoes, which, without a trace of irony, they'll announce as a salad. It's like calling a stick of butter a nutrition bar. A few side dishes like this ... Read on »