Harvard Health Letter

Meat in the hot seat

There is evidence that grilling meat releases potentially cancer-causing substances. Meat lovers can take steps to reduce their risk, such as cooking smaller pieces at a lower temperature, or precooking the meat for two minutes in a mictowave oven.

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