You may have heard about the “gut” technique that allows us to eat more meat and fish, but the technique is only one way to grill.
It’s also important to keep in mind that the more you grill, the more your food will taste.
It may be tempting to put a little extra seasoning on your meat and then grill, but we recommend you leave the grill alone for at least 30 minutes to get the flavor and flavorings fully integrated.
That’s because, according to the Mayo Clinic, “the higher the temperature of the air surrounding your meat, the lower the amount of fat and calories that the body absorbs.”
For more on the science of grill cooking, check out this video by The Ringer’s Justin Charity.