Tips to Host a Better & Healthier BBQ

Your summer barbecue can be delicious AND healthy

By Allison J Stowell MS, RD, CDN

An afternoon barbecue is the symbol of summer: Firing up the grill and filling your yard with the smell of delicious food, fun games and the feeling that there’s nowhere else you need to be.

Of course, a barbecue also means hours of drinking and eating high-calorie beverages and not-so-healthy foods. The combination of the summer sun and long afternoons make it easy to consume more than you mean to. But with a few swaps, you can save some calories — and your waistline:

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