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Use well-trimmed, lean cuts of meat, such as flank steak or sirloin steak. Heart-healthy olive oil protects leaner foods from drying out during high-heat cooking by helping to hold in natural moisture and reduce the loss of moisture during cooking.
For lower-fat burgers, blot grease from patties with paper towels before grilling. Cut more fat and calories by switching to ground turkey or pork.
Top fresh veggies with lean grilled chicken, fish, or steak for a delicious and healthy supper. But skip calorie-packed dressings such as creamy ranch and Italian. Instead, make your own light vinaigrette.
Good-for-you add-ons like peppers, grilled onions, and fresh tomatoes give flavor without all the fat.
Dips, a barbecue favorite, can be loaded with calories and fat if they're made from a sour cream base. Make yours with fat-free sour cream instead.
Many barbecue sauces are loaded with calories and sugar. So make your own lighter version. Our Spicy Peanut Satay Sauce is great on chicken and beef.
Serve grilled fish like salmon and tuna to take advantage of good-for-you lean protein.
Be mindful of the calories you're drinking. Enjoy that burger and beer but cut calories by sipping light instead of regular. Instead of calorie-packed cocktails, try wine or homemade sangria.
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