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Chicken has become very popular all over the world as part of a Balanced Diet.

Is chicken a balanced diet? A question that is being asked frequently the world over. Chicken is a common dietary staple nowadays in a number of cuisines as it is widely available and easy to prepare as well! But you may not be sure about just how healthy it is. Reines Zero Antibiotics Chicken brings to you an insight into why Chicken has become very popular all over the world as part of a balanced diet.


With an array of important nutrients, chicken is good for a healthy, well-rounded diet.

Every 100g of chicken provides:

❖ 143 kilocalories of energy

❖  24.11g of protein

❖ 2.68g of carbohydrates

❖ 3.12g of total lipids or fat.

❖ Substantial amounts of calcium, iron, sodium, vitamin A and vitamin C.

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Health Benefits of Chicken

Chicken being a great source of protein can be a superb substitute for red meats. Check out the various health benefits of chicken: 

Stronger Bones and Muscles

Chicken is a good source of protein and it can help to build stronger muscles and promote healthier bones. The amino acids present in the lean protein of chicken promote muscle tissue growth. This in effect decreases the risk of injuries and diseases like Osteoporosis. A higher protein intake also helps to maintain bone mineral density.


Weight Management and Heart Health

As per research studies, nearly 25-30 grams of protein per meal can make us feel fuller in spite of us eating less. This promotes better weight management & reduces risk factors for heart problems like high triglyceride levels and high blood pressure. As a food rich in protein, eating chicken in limited quantities can help in weight management and decrease the risk of heart disease.


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Different parts of the chicken have diverse nutrient concentrations. Chicken breast is ideal if you want to lose weight or build more muscles. It has the least fat and calories while having the densest protein content. However, if you want to gain weight or are on a low-carb diet or Ketogenic diet, then consuming the fattier parts of chicken like thighs, legs, and wings, will be suitable.


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