The so-called "30-minute rule" is a myth, and there is no such rule. So, if you want to eat your ribs while swimming in the pool, you may do that as well.
When you drink a hot drink, your body stores less heat if the sweat can evaporate. Choosing hot will likely lower your core body temperature.
This is a bit of a challenge. In certain cases, this is true, but to assert that all grilled meals cause cancer is simply incorrect.
Until 2011, the USDA encouraged overcooked pork, which is regrettable. Instead of 160 degrees, they now recommend cooking pork to 145 degrees.
The same rules apply to using a public grill as they would if you were using your own. With a barbecue brush, scrape down the grill and you're ready to cook.
Perhaps this was true in the days before refrigeration, but today restaurants use rigorous food safety rules to ensure that their chicken is safe to eat.
You should drink enough of water all year round but eight glasses of water a day isn't necessary just because it's summer.
As a result of drinking, your body loses more liquid than you consume. Despite the fact that beer contains carbohydrates and electrolytes, this is not a good thing.
Nope, again. If you want juicy burgers, reduce the cooking time of your patties by a few minutes. Watch out for those eruptive episodes!