There are few things more classic than grilling and drinking a beer.
It's what makes a manly man, a manly man. If he happens to be wearing an apron and nothing else, that's fine too.
Would you ever have imagined that combining the beer and BBQ can actually help protect you against cancer??
It can! But you literally have to combine
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The olive tree, Olea europaea, is very hearty, drought, disease, and fire-resistant. Many olive trees in the groves around the Mediterranean are said to be hundreds of years old, while an age of 2,000 years is claimed for a number of individual trees–which has been scientifically verified.
The nutritional benefits from green olives are many:
· Olives contain both vitamins, minerals and are high in sodium content. Do not eat too many if you have high blood pressure.
· Olives contain 4.44 mg of iron, which is 24.7 percent of the daily value.
· One serving of olives contains 4.03 mg of vitamin E, or 20.1 percent of the DV. Vitamin E helps to protect your skin from ultraviolet light.
· Olives include 0.34 mg of copper, which is 17 percent of the DV. Copper aides your body in the utilization of iron and reduces tissue damage from free radicals.
· Olives have 4.3 g of fiber or 17.2 percent of your DV. Dietary fibers helps the digestive system.
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Remember food safety when grilling! To avoid cross-contamination, use separate cutting boards for raw and cooked foods. Never baste your food with the same liquid you marinated it in!
- Kitchen conscious food lover, Caitlin Cooks
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