Surprising healthy BBQ tip in time for Father’s Day – Thanks to Cancer Survivor, Roslyn Franken

Thinking of doing the big BBQ cookout for Father’s Day this weekend? I started browsing the net for some great healthy hints to share and this one may surprise you. Be sure to check out the whole article.

Roslyn Franken was born to a mother who survived the concentration camps of Nazi Germany and a father who survived the Japanese slave labour camps as a Prisoner of War. Diagnosed with cancer at age 29, Roslyn quickly learned that she inherited her parents' “survivor” gene as she herself fought back to become a long-term survivor. Then age 39, at her heaviest weight ever and concerned for her health, Roslyn decided to fight back once again… only this time it was to overcome her battles with food, weight and lifestyle obstacles, once and for all!

A hamburger doesn’t have to be oversized or loaded with fatty toppings to be a good burger. You may think that the easiest way to lighten a beef burger is to just switch to ground turkey, but that isn’t always true. Not all ground turkey is as light as you may believe ? make sure you’re purchasing ground turkey breast (versusground turkeythat may also include the darker meat and skin). Regular ground turkey has more fat and calories than 93% lean ground beef. So if you prefer beef, choose the extra-lean ground beef or ground sirloin and top with crisp lettuce, juicy tomatoes, and reduced-fat cheese…

Guys get a bad rap for theirdiet.” From pizza and beer to fried chicken and wings, these stereotypical “man foods” can really pack on the calories, saturated fat, and sodium. Lighten them up by making just a few minor tweaks while still salvaging the flavors you crave. Here are a few of man’s best food friends lightened {CLICK FOR MORE}.

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