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May Work/Life Line: Health BBQ

Contributed by Katie Sack on 05/01/2014 

The month of May means Memorial Day is coming, which marks the beginning of summer foods and cooking for most people. Barbequing is a popular part of summer meals, but it can wreak havoc on efforts towards healthy eating. Follow these tips to stay healthy all summer long and still enjoy your favorite barbequed foods!

  • Instead of always grilling meat, use more heart-healthy fish such as salmon or trout
  • Substitute hamburgers with skinless chicken breast or turkey burgers
  • Use low-fat cheese on burgers and sandwiches, and choose rolls that are 100% whole grain
  • Burned meat can mean consuming carcinogens – avoid overcooking, be sure to clean off any old charred food before using your grill again, and marinate food before cooking to reduce the presence of carcinogenic materials

For more information about healthy barbeque techniques and recipes, visit these websites:

Learn more about healthy eating on our last Eating on Campus Tour!

Tour Three: May 8th, 11:30am-12:30pm – Meet at Café @ the Park School: We will start at Café @ the Park school for quick snack, lunch, and coffee options, then go learn about Grand Central Café’s smoothie options and the wide variety of foods available at Campus Center Dining Hall and the Food Court. RSVP to benefits@ithaca.edu, and click here to visit the Events Calendar.

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Katie Sack at ksack@ithaca.edu or (607) 274-1208. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

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