Churning out picture-perfect grill marks on your steaks is not only a sign of being an expert grillmaster, but a sign of something else. With grilling season in full swing, here’s how to fire up a safer barbecue. 

Potentially cancer-causing chemicals are formed when meat is exposed to high heat

Karen’s Fit Tip: Try to minimize the smoke you’re breathing in. Get creative and barbecue more plant-based foods (e.g., asparagus, red peppers, tomatoes, peaches, mangos, and pineapple). They don’t form cancer-causing chemicals and are cancer-protective on their own.



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