RD offers tips on grilling a healthier burger

05/24/2013 | Times-Picayune (New Orleans), The

Simple ingredient swaps, such as using 93% lean ground beef instead of higher-fat cuts, can lead to a healthier, lower-calorie burger on the grill this Memorial Day, registered dietitian Molly Kimball writes. Bison, turkey, chicken, vegetable and salmon burgers also are healthier alternatives, and choosing a whole-grain bun, low-fat cheese and lots of vegetables for toppings can help build a better burger, Kimball writes.

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