Same Day Appointments Available
Skip to main content

Grilling Fruits and Vegetables

Last week’s Keep it healthy for Life Session was a great success! Thank you to all the participants who came out! We had a great time going for a walk and then grilling up some delicious fruits and vegetables. We added some soy sauce to the veggies and fruits for a twist. There are many variations that you can do to spice up the recipes and making them gluten free is just as easy as switching out a sauce.

Grilled Sweet and Sour Pineapple

1 Pineapple sliced
1 tbsp soy sauce

Cut pineapple and place in a bowl, gently toss with soy sauce. Place on a preheated grill, cooking for 5 minutes on one side than turning.

Ginger Soy Dressing

1 Tbsp soy Sauce
1 tsp freshly grated ginger

Cut up zucchini lengthwise, place in bowl with soy sauce and ginger. Lightly toss and place on a preheated grill for 10 minutes.

You Might Also Enjoy...

At-Home Tips to Alleviate Acid Reflux

Post-dinner burps, regurgitation, or heartburn are unenjoyable and can stop you from getting a satisfying night of sleep. In this blog, we explore ways of alleviating acid reflux at home.

When Is Acid Reflux a Serious Problem?

Occasional heartburn is common, often due to overeating or certain foods. However, acid reflux could indicate a serious health issue. Find out when acid reflux becomes a significant medical condition.

Hemorrhoid Banding: What to Expect

Most hemorrhoids respond well to warm baths and other home treatments. When they’re severe, consider hemorrhoid banding. Read on to learn what to expect from the procedure.

5 Facts Everyone Should Know About Colon Cancer

March is colon cancer awareness month, and there’s no better time to refresh yourself on facts about the disease. Read on to learn five facts about colon cancer and what you can do to lower your risk.

5 Signs You May Have Anemia

Anemia can be difficult to detect, especially because its symptoms are easy to mistake for other conditions. Find out about five of the most common signs of a low red blood cell count.