Did you know eating chicken could help you lose weight?! 

October 13, 2017, 11:32 am
Did you know eating chicken could help you lose weight?! 
Did you know eating chicken could help you lose weight?! 

Did you know eating chicken could help you lose weight?! 

Are you a non-vegetarian? Have you ever been criticised for eating meat? If so there is some good news for you to proclaim to the ones who criticise you for for munching down a juicy leg piece! Only chicken bred in poor and unhygienic farms can unhealthy.

But chicken still remains a healthy, lean-meat form, with a high nutritional value. Here are a few benefits of eating chicken:

Protein supply

Chicken has a very high protein content, which plays a very important role in sustaining our muscles. Eating chicken is a must for those who want to build strength.


Have you ever seen a healthy plate of food without some chicken? The reason chicken is always included in a healthy diet is because it is basically a lean meat, which means it doesn't have much fat. So, eating chicken regularly can actually help you lose weight in a healthy way.

Healthy bones

Apart from protein, chicken is also chock full of calcium and phosphorous. Both these minerals help keep your bones healthy. Eating chicken regularly also cuts the risk of arthritis.

Stress reliever

Do you know what ingredients help reduce stress? It's tryptophane and vitamin B5. And chicken has a good dose of both of these. Chicken is also full of magnesium, which relieves PMS symptoms. So overall, eating chicken can actually help you lead a life without stress.

Immunity boost

Have you ever wondered why doctors recommend chicken soup as a part of your recovery meals, whether you have a cold or a flu? It's because chicken helps bolster immune cells in the body, while the steam from the soup clears the nasal passages. Eating chicken in the form of soup is the best way to recover from most infections and colds.

You just have to admit that eating chicken has lots of health benefits, and the taste isn't half bad either. But of course, eating hybrid chicken or deep-fried variants won't do you as much good as other forms might.

So next time someone tells you not to have chicken because it is unhealthy, remain silent, give them a smirk and keep enjoying your meat.