Barbecue contains hidden dangers

Use good hygiene. Remember to wash your hands and use separate plates and cutting boards for raw and cooked meats.Try more vegetables. Vegetables can be roasted for a healthy alternative to meat.

Use marinades. Marinated meat has fewer characters. We must not let the meat sit while he’s marinating.

But it doesn t have to be so, Howard noted in a press release from the network of health care. As the summer heats up and more people focus on mats, Howard offers the following tips to help ensure safe and healthy grills: Keep it clean. Be sure to scrub the grill and remove the old grease.

Use starter wood for coal is not oil. Coal in a pile of metal with the two books may cut ends. Spread the coals with tongs once they are well lit.

Hannah R. Palmer, Pharm., SBDC, Jaye Weston, R.Ph., MS, Gentry Layne, MD, Miguel Salazar, Pharm., Ph.D., Kimberly Putney, Pharm.Ph., Joyce A. Tipton, MBA, R.Ph., FASHP, Jessica Cottreau, Pharm., SBDC, Vincent H. Tam, Pharm., Kevin W. Garey, Pharm.D., MS

Reduce the size. Cut the chicken meat into small pieces to cook well.

Backyard barbecues are a big part of summer fun, but without the hidden danger is the key to staying healthy and enjoy a barbecue, a doctor suggests.

Check the temperature. To avoid food poisoning, control the temperature with a thermometer meat: chicken, 165 degrees, hamburgers, 160 degrees, 150 degrees, pork, hot dogs, 140 degrees, steaks, 160 degrees on average.

Precook. Do not take meat or poultry directly from freezer to grill.

Pre-cooking the first grid reduces the overall temperature of cooking and charring.