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Burgers are the quintessential summertime food, but not all hamburgers, ... A healthy burger? They do exist. Here are the best and worst burgers for your health.

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Our healthy burgers-made with fresh salmon, bison, and lean beef and turkey-are perfect for a go-to summer meal.

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May 23, 2016 ... People think burgers are healthy. Here's how to make them healthier.

www.webmd.com/food-recipes/features/build-better-burger

Jul 14, 2006 ... To make a healthy burger, you can start with lean beef, poultry, even bison. Even if you don't eat meat, you can enjoy a burger. Aside from the ...

www.organicauthority.com/mojo-foods/a-healthier-hamburger.html

Jul 18, 2011 ... Hamburgers generally don't conjure the picture of health, nor should they! But, use these tips and you'll serve up a far healthier version of the ...

www.youbeauty.com/life/is-ground-beef-the-most-dangerous-meat-to-eat

Oct 7, 2011 ... When you sink your teeth into a juicy, tasty burger, the last thing on your ... and even death, while the Salmonella health risks include diarrhea, ...

www.cookinglight.com/food/everyday-menus/healthy-grilled-burgers

Jun 25, 2010 ... Find juicy, grilled burgers that are also good for you: not only beef, but salmon, lamb, and turkey, too.

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May 3, 2016 ... But if you usually just make your burger patties out of ground beef and maybe some seasoning, you're missing out on a lot of fun. The beauty of ...

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Jan 27, 2015 ... Case in point: Her very refreshing view on health and her body, ... "I've always said, 'Eat clean to stay fit, have a burger to stay sane,'" she told ...

www.cookinglight.com/eating-smart/smart-choices/healthy-burger-toppings

Jun 30, 2011 ... A quarter pound of lean ground sirloin and a hearty whole-grain bun start you out at 250 calories. Now you're ready for all those tasty toppings.