Chicken Breast

by | Jan 16, 2017 | Recipes, Uncategorized

Chicken breast is a lean meat depending on how you cook it. Chicken breast can be a delicious meal as long as it is most moist and well seasoned. It does not have to be fried to taste good. In fact, frying adds more calories to a lean piece of meat. Also, further reduce the calories by taking off the skin before cooking.

Chicken breast is the most nutritious part of the chicken. Chicken is a rich source of protein. Protein critical for build cells, organs, hormones, enzymes, you name it. Also, chicken contains plenty of vitamins and minerals like vitamin B, vitamin B6, niacin, vitamin D, vitamin C, vitamin B12 and magnesium. These vitamins and minerals help reduce the risk of cancers, cardiovascular diseases, Alzheimer’s dementia, nerve damage, etc.

Chicken Breast
Nutritional Information:

Amount Per Serving – 3 oz
*based on a 2,000 calorie diet
Grilled Percent (%)
Davily Value (DV)
Calories 142 7
Calories from Fat 9
Total Fat (g) 3.0
Saturated Fat (g) 0.375
Cholesterol (mg) 73
Sodium (mg) 63
Potassium (mg) 220
Total Carbohydrates (g) 0
Dietary Fiber (g) 0
Sugars (g) 0
Protein (g) 26
Vitamin A (micrograms, mcg) 5.1
Vitamin C (mg) 2.8 5
Calcium (mg) 13
Vitamin B1 (Thiamin) (mg) 0.06 2
Folate (microgram – mcg) 3.44 2
Phosphorus (mg) 24 3
Iron (mg) 0.89 2
Vitamin B6 (mg) 0.52 3
Phosphorous (mg) 196 3
Magnesium (mg) 25 New Cell