BOISE, Idaho — Summer and barbecues go hand-in-hand, but they can pose some difficulties with your diet.

Luckily, there's some easy alternatives to eat healthy and enjoy the grill.

Molly Tevis with Albertsons is here to show us some of those leaner options.

Watch the video to seek her recipes.

Here are some facts about cooking with pork:

- Pork tenderloin is one of the leanest cuts of pork (equivalent amount of fat as skinless chicken breast).  
- Certified as a heart healthy food by the American Heart Association  - Easy and versatile - pairs well with several different flavors (fruits, vegetables, sauces etc.) - Summer food safety: internal temperature of 145 and ground pork to 160
- Smaller pieces mean a quicker cook time which reduces the amount of carcinogens produced from prolonged high heat.