In general, grilling food is a healthier way to cook food than other cooking methods like frying. Both meat and vegetables retain more of their natural vitamins, minerals and nutrients when they are grilled. Electric grills are also thought to produce healthier food than grilling with gas or coal, however for cooking larger batches of food you can't go past a barbeque.
Countertop electric grill presses are also great for draining the fats and oils away from food, particularly meats, as you cook. Ribbed grill plates can cook with the raised ridges on the plate, whilst the lowered grooves in-between these collect natural oils and fats from the food and keep them separated as you cook and serve your meal.
For healthier results remember to buy lean cuts of meat, trim excess fat before cooking and grill some delicious vegetables to serve alongside your meat. Corn, capsicum, mushrooms, eggplant, zucchini and tomatoes are quick to cook and delicious when grilled.