Most people love meat, in fact the sight of barbecued meat, rolls of sausages, charred chicken meat, with some blend of sauces ,buns, Mayonnaise and greens make for a tempting ensemble.
But how can you watch your health and still enjoy your meat at the same time? Well, try the Paleo Diet! For those who don’t know it, the Paleo diet advocates an eating regime used back in the medieval age.This diet includes non processed food, non grains, non dairy and non refined sugar.
Looking at the above mentioned food products it somehow looks more refreshing and easy to consume than the look of greasily charred barbecues that most people like. With this I’m not trying to spoil peoples love for processed food and barbecued meat but just trying to tell you of alternative of meat as good biting.
With little specks and glare of creativity barbecues can end up being healthy for you.It’s advisable for you to make sure the meat you consume is of good quality and one that you can afford.
You can include Sardines, mackerel, tuna or squid that can be healthy to consume. Also include vegetables not just the usual courgettes and peppers that end up being tossed because, when burnt to a crisp, they may taste like something else.
You can include sweet potatoes on the grill, the taste is even sweeter with sauce, add Roasted carrots because it’s a great source of beta carotene, which help in protecting your skin from sunlight.
Having a barbecue doesn’t necessarily mean you put everything there! You can have some raw vegetables add some fresh chilli, garlic, lemon juice and olive oil. Making it more fresh you can add tomato and fennel salad this goes well with fish.
On charring, this gives the food a wonderful smoky taste and it’s advisable not to char it too much or it may end up being carcinogenic.
Finally you can have meat and fish, some cooked and raw vegetables, include an array of colours not just black and brown food.