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What Happens to Meat When It’s Grilled?

Grilling Meat

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  • Cooking is chemistry in the kitchen, or on the grill. The addition of heat to your food (an organic material) creates changes
  • Grilling increases the number of mutagenic chemicals produced with cooking. This may lead to stomach, liver, skin, gastrointestinal or breast cancers
  • It’s important to clean your grill grates safely to avoid the risk of injury to your mouth, throat and tonsils. Over 1,600 injuries have been reported between 2002 and 2012 from wire-bristle brushes after cleaning grill grates

By Dr. Mercola

Memorial Day weekend is often the start of outdoor grilling season. However, depending upon how close you live to the equator, you might be grilling outdoors all year long. Perfect weather, good friends and an outdoor barbecue grill may be your recipe for one of the joys of summertime.


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